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PLOPalestine Liberation Organization
PLOPlano (Amtrak station code; Plano, IL)
PLOPillow
PLOPot Limit Omaha (poker variation)
PLOPhase-Locked Oscillator
PLOPluronic Lecithin Organogel
PLOPoly-L-Ornithine (synthetic polypeptide)
PLOPrison Law Office (California)
PLOPrimary Learning Outcome
PLOPort Lincoln, South Australia, Australia - Port Lincoln (Airport Code)
PLOPublic Land Order
PLOParts Left Over (automotive repair industry)
PLOProject Liaison Office
PLOPost Layout Optimization
PLOPermanent Latrine Orderly :-)
PLOPrescribed Learning Outcome
PLOPacific Launch Operation
PLOPlatoon Leader's Order (US Navy)
PLOPlatform Low
PLOPermanent Latrine Officer :-)
PLOPay Liaison Officer
PLOPeace, Love, Out
PLOPhysical Layer Operations
PLOPublicity Liaison Officer
PLOPartnership Liaison Office
PLOPlease Leave On/Open
PLOPre-Light Off
PLOPatrol Leader's Order (US DoD)
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The "unprecedented" leadership meeting in Cairo served as a step toward incorporating new Palestinian factions into the Fatah-dominated PLO and paved the way towards electing a new Palestinian National Council.
Both Israel and the PLO are obvious losers of the absence of the Egyptian role in the process, and consequently weaker.
Dahlan mentioned that it was not the first time that the PFLP had suspended its membership of the PLO. He stressed: "The Palestinian people respect the PFLP, they respect its history and its struggle.
The PLO, established in 1964, groups a range of Palestinian factions and is recognised internationally as the body representing the Palestinians.
Hamas, which is not part of the PLO, has already declared as illegitimate any extension of the 74-year-old's tenure.
One has to be wary of the history that rendered the once influential PLO, the trivial organisation that it is today.
Hence, it is evident for political projects to compete and reflect the competition among the parties represented inside and outside of the PLO. However, what is new in the coming elections is that the political program of Hamas, which was ignored or ambiguous in the previous legislative elections, has become clear to everyone.
In 1978, the Carter administration sent a message to Edward that if the PLO would recognize Israel, Carter would push for a two-state solution whereby the 1967 Israeli-occupied territories would basically become the State of Palestine.
Neither the PLO as a whole, nor the Fatah movement, has been named by the State Department as a Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO).
This begs a question: Is the elusiveness of real peace between Israel and the PLO and the Baathist-controlled Syrian regime a result of their internal conditions?
For the reader unfamiliar with the history of the Middle East in general and the Arab-Israeli conflict in particular, this study provides a clearly written narrative account of the politics of the PLO from its inception in 1964 to the present.