Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas meets with freed Palestinian teenager Ahed Tamimi after she was released from an Israeli prison, in Ramallah in the occupied West Bank July 29, 2018. PPO/Handout via REUTERS
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In fact, Tamimi has become a protest icon that embodies a generation of Palestinians, sending a very clear message to the international community, the Arabs and the Palestinians themselves.The world should come to terms with the fact that every new Palestinian generation will be even more determined than the previous one to resist, protest and die for their country.Most of all, Israel must learn to accept that all this oppression, persecution, land grabs and murders will not deter the Palestinians from fighting for their rights.
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