Translation of Palestinian in Spanish:


palestino, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌpæləˈstɪniən//ˌpalɪˈstɪnɪən/


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    • In traditional Palestinian society a woman is the responsibility of her male relatives.
    • A small celebration in the West Bank city of Ramallah was quickly broken up by Palestinian police.
    • This national struggle is both the duty and the right of all Palestinian people.
    • There could not be a more callous disregard of Palestinian sensitivities than that.
    • What we'll often hear in the news is-they want to be able to check Palestinian goods.
    • They have been very interested in cracking down on Palestinian activism in this country.
    • Of course, it would have been good if the Geneva Accord could have done more for Palestinian refugees.
    • All the side roads that lead to Palestinian villages and homes were blocked.
    • In this case, Palestinian women find that friends are few and far between.
    • I cannot imagine why Palestinian refugees would have a problem with the land of the free?
    • Yesterday's events come at the end of a tortuous time in Palestinian politics.
    • One of the main sources of income was a tax imposed on the salaries of Palestinian workers in the Gulf states.
    • Now that no one can claim that no Palestinian partner exists a US role is sorely needed.
    • One recent morning, Palestinian television crews filled the family courtyard.
    • Like many Palestinian farmers, Yousef sees the world through his olive trees.
    • With an an election in January, Abbas needs other improvements in Palestinian life if he is to succeed.
    • Now it's supposedly because they were called upon by Palestinian organizations.
    • The parliamentary committee met Palestinian officials during the course of its probe.
    • Now in his 80s, Mr Edelman wrote a letter early this month to Palestinian leaders.


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    palestino masculine
    palestina feminine
    • On the other hand there is virtually nothing in the book about Israelis and Palestinians.
    • He is quick to use language that is racist and demonising of Palestinians and Arabs.
    • What we are trying to do is to humanise the Palestinians instead of demonising them.
    • The only sensible question now is: would the proposals help or harm the Palestinians?
    • Yet Israel has scarcely gained more from these discussions than the Palestinians have.
    • It should also tell Israel and the Palestinians that they must exercise maximum restraint.
    • The only way for both Israelis and Palestinians to be safe is for both of them to have their own state.
    • This illustrates the nature of the relationship between Israel and the Palestinians.
    • The degree of popular support for the Palestinians should not be underestimated.
    • There must be a just settlement, giving Israel security and the Palestinians a state of their own.
    • The Palestinians and the Jews need to be able to live alongside each other.
    • More relevant is the fact that the movement is rapidly gaining strength among Palestinians.
    • They try to say they are being even-handed between the Palestinians and the Israelis.
    • Both the Israelis and Palestinians were used to news crews of a few people.
    • Assume that the rest are agitating for support of Israel in its dealings with the Palestinians.
    • It is interesting to see how Israel has changed in its view towards the Palestinians.
    • Five million Palestinians are refugees out of a total population of eight million.
    • Perhaps the real figure is closer to the total population of Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza.
    • If ever a day illustrated the gulf between Israelis and Palestinians, tomorrow is that day.