Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas gestures during the Palestinian National Council meeting in Ramallah on April 30, 2018. AFP / ABBAS MOMANI
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Change is not only an inevitable fact of life but also crucial as it spells the difference between survival and demise.A young, active, educated and connected generation has been sidelined and denied executive or influential posts, a big loss for the Palestinians and the Palestinian cause.These old warriors must set aside any desire to perpetuate this legacy of stagnation, and immediately, with heartfelt intention, embrace change for the sake of all Palestine.They must enable a new generation of Palestinians to take the reins, noting that Palestinian society does not lack those who are as nationalistic and as capable of carrying the flame as the old guard.
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