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    Falastin (Arabic: فلسطين), meaning Palestine in Arabic, was an Arabic-language Palestinian newspaper. Founded in 1911 in Jaffa, Falastin began as a weekly...
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  • on 2017-12-23. Retrieved 2017-12-23. Qureshi, Asim (2013-12-28). "Fara' Falastin – Syria's proxy-US prison". CAGE. Archived from the original on 2017-12-23...
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    Palestine Street or Falastin Street (Arabic: شارع فلسطين) is a street located in eastern Baghdad. It runs parallel and to the west of Army Canal between...
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    Jund Filastin (redirect from Jund Falastin)
    Jund Filasṭīn (Arabic: جُنْد فِلَسْطِيْن, "the military district of Palestine") was one of the military districts of the Umayyad and Abbasid province of...
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  • composer Palestine (horse), a racehorse who won the 2,000 Guineas in 1950 Falastin (newspaper), 1911–1967 All-Palestine Government, a Palestinian Arab state...
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  • FIFA.com. Archived from the original on 11 May 2014. "Azərbaycan - Fələstin oyunu bitdi - FOTO - YENİLƏNİB". Milli.Az (in Azerbaijani). 29 February...
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    Subsequently, the Palestinian Christian-owned and highly influential newspaper Falastin was founded in 1911 in the then Arab-majority city of Jaffa and soon became...
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    The Palestinian Arab Christian-owned Falastin newspaper featuring a caricature on its June 18, 1936, edition showing Zionism as a crocodile under the protection...
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    a hub for journalistic activities in the early 20th century, where the Falastin newspaper was established. After the 1948 Palestine War, most of its Arab...
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    "Palestinian" expanded in usage. Among those were the Al-Quds, Al-Munadi, Falastin, Al-Karmil and Al-Nafir newspapers, which used the term "Filastini" more...
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