Summary: Critics of the American Task Force on Palestine get one thing right.
What does ATFP stand for?
ATFP stands for American Task Force on Palestine (Washington, DC)
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- International Symposium on Advances and Trends in Fiber Optics and Applications
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- After-the-Fact-Payroll (Information Returns, Inc.)
- Alliance of Television and Film Producers
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- At the Farewell Party (band)
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- Anti Terrorism/Force Protection Warfare Development Center
- Answer The Freakin' Question (polite form)
- Answer The Full Question
- Automated Ticketing Fare Quote (software)
- Aboriginal Trust Fund Repayment (Australia)
- Absorbing Thin Film Reflector
Samples in periodicals archive:
It is therefore with grave concern that we issue this letter expressing our dismay at the continued disregard and disrespect for our struggle and our people by the American Task Force on Palestine (ATFP), and its President, Ziad Asali.
It takes more than plans and commitments to support making the state of Palestine a reality," Clinton told the annual dinner of the American Task Force on Palestine , a pro-Palestinian group which calls for a Palestinian state.
said Rafi Dajani, the executive director of the American Task Force on Palestine, a nonprofit organization that counts Mr.
Since we established the American Task Force on Palestine in 2003, I have been criticized for being "too soft on Israel," mostly by those who seek to lecture me about the Nakba and trumpet their own Palestinian "patriotic credentials.
We are clear, unambiguous and consistent," said General Jim Jones at a dinner late Thursday organized by the American Task Force on Palestine, a group representing Americans of Palestinian origin.
It was presented by Hala Salaam Maksoud Foundation for Arab-American Leadership executive director and senior fellow at the American Task Force on Palestine Dr Hussein Ibish, who will deliver another two free lectures today.