Palestinian stats: Arabs to outnumber Jews in Israel, West Bank and Gaza in 2016

December 2014
Jewish Telegraphic Agency: 1922 to present;12/30/2014, p1
JERUSALEM (JTA) -- The number of Palestinians living in Israel, the West Bank and Gaza will equal the number of Jewish Israelis in 2016, according to Palestinian statistics.


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