Rejectionist Front
The Rejectionist Front (جبهة الرفض) or Front of the Palestinian Forces Rejecting Solutions of Surrender (جبهة القوى الفلسطينية الرافضة للحلول الإستسلامية) was a political coalition formed in 1974 by r...
Reform Bloc
Reform Bloc (Arabic: كتلة الاصلاح‎, Kutla Al-Islah) was a candidature list that contested the May 2005 municipal elections in Bethlehem, the West Bank. The list was launched by Hamas. In tot...
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Palestinian National Salvation Front
The Palestinian National Salvation Front (Arabic: جبهة الانقاذ الوطني الفلسطيني‎) was a coalition of Palestinian factions. The creation of the Palestinian National Salvation Front was announ...
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Palestinian National Alliance
The Palestinian National Alliance (Arabic: التحالف الوطني الفلسطيني‎) was an alliance of Palestinian movements, founded in 1983. The Alliance consisted of the PFLP-GC, as-Saiqa, Palestinian ...
Sons of the Land (Beit Jala)
Sons of the Land was a joint list of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine and independents for the May 2005 municipal elections in Beit Jala, the West Bank. The list won 5 seats. The top ...
Bethlehem Brotherhood and Development
Bethlehem Brotherhood and Development (Arabic: بيت لحم تآخي وتطوير‎) was a candidature bloc that contested the May 2005 municipal elections in Bethlehem, the West Bank. Politically independe...
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Wafaa Bloc
Wafaa Bloc (Arabic: كتلة الوفاء‎) was a candidature list that contested the May 2005 municipal elections in Bethlehem, the West Bank. The list was officially supported by the Islamic Jihad M...
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United Beit Jala
United Beit Jala was aa joint list of Fatah and the Palestinian People's Party for the May 2005 municipal elections in Beit Jala, the West Bank. The list won six seats. The top candidate of the lits w...
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The Alternative (Palestine)
The Alternative (Arabic: البديل‎ al-badeel) was an electoral alliance of several socialist Palestinian groups:In the January 2006 PLC elections it came fourth with 2.92% of the popular vote....
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