PASSIA

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PASSIAPalestinian Academic Society for the Study of International Affairs (Jerusalem)
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Lukas Passia and Vincent Efferoth, co-founders of Tea Venture, toast their success
He is also the Chief Editor of 'Passia' the annual publication that gives the latest information about Palestine.
Names such as Bato, Batonianus, Bedarus, Beucus, Bricena(?), Aepicadus, Epicadus, Glavicida, Lossa, Passia, Platius, Pla[t]or, Purtus, Sam[e]ccus fall in the first subcategory.
Mahdi Abdul Hadi, the director of the Palestinian Society for the Study of International Affairs (PASSIA), said Mitchell could be "the sole window of hope" after the election.
Mahdi Abdul Hadi is the head of PASSIA, the Palestinian Academic Society for the Study of International Affairs in Jerusalem.
(43.) For an assessment of the likelihood that the Palestinian education system would succeed in teaching the civic virtues necessary to democracy, see Andrew Rigby, Palestinian Education--The Future Challenge (Jerusalem: Palestinian Academic Society for the Study of International Affairs (PASSIA), 1995).
Fig 1 shows the distribution of the labour force within the construction sector from 1997 to 2001 (PASSIA, 2002).
It was published in Arabic by Muwatin, the Institute for the Study of Democracy, Ramallah, and in English by PASSIA, Jerusalem, 2004.
World Population of Palestinians, 2001 Jordan 2,472,501 West Bank and Gaza Strip 3,298,951 Israel 1,012,741 Other Arab Countries 5,887 Lebanon 456,824 Kuwait and other Gulf 149,786 All Other 275,303 Syria 494,501 Saudi Arabia 291,778 Egypt 51,805 The Americas 216,196 Iraq, Libya 78,884 Total 8,807,518 Source: Passia, [http://www.passia.org/index_pfacts.htm] Table 4.
Palestinian Academic Society for the Study of International Affairs (PASSIA), "Palestinian History," http://www.passia.org/palestine_facts/pdf/pdf2003/sections2/Timeline.pdf.
22; Palestinian Academy Society for the Study of International Affairs (PASSIA), The West Bank and Gaza Strip, Jerusalen PASSIA, 1990, pp.
Ahmad, From Religious Salvation to Political Transformation: The Rise of Hamas in Palestinian Society (Jerusalem: PASSIA, 1994).