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On September 16, hundreds turned out in New York in support. One protester said trying for what's right will eventually work. Another said:
"Time is with the Palestinians. There is no question. History has taught us that people do get justice. It is going to be a long process. It will not happen tomorrow, but it will happen. I have every faith. I may not see it in my lifetime, but it will be."
It won't happen during the 66th General Assembly session because Washington, Israel, and key EU nations blocking tactics without objection from Abbas, regardless of what he says publicly to appease supporters.
Settlers Rally Against Statehood
On September 21, several hundred extremist ones marched in West Bank areas to protest what they only want Jews to enjoy.
Itmar settlement participants were escorted by Israeli soldiers.
Spokesman for northern West Bank settlers David Haivri said:
"The Jewish residents of Judea and Samaria are unfazed by the international media buzz going on around the Abbas circus at the UN."
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