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Moncer also announced that Palestinian children of Cisjordan and the Gaza strip will be invited to spend their summer holidays in Tunisia, affirming as well the intention to incite the civil society to send Tunisian children and youths to Gaza and Cisjordan to build up indissoluble ties with the land of Palestine.
3), while the authors' analysis suggests that it may have been created in eastern Cisjordan or central Transjordan (p.
It also served to guarantee the permanence and growth of the Jewish colonies in Gaza and Cisjordan territories and to maintain Israel's control over East Jerusalem.
The true origin of those Early Iron settlers was surely Transjordan, on the plateau and in the Jordan Valley, where Late Bronze and Early Iron Age archaeological remains (including pottery) demonstrate the antecedents of the Cisjordan archaeological assemblage.