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In the month of January, Palestine experiences cold and wet weather. The average temperature is around 10°C and there is moderate precipitation throughout the month. February brings a slight increase in temperatures to around 13°C but rainfall continues to be frequent. March sees a further increase in temperatures to around 17°C and rain showers become more common throughout most parts of the country. April brings even milder weather with average temperatures ranging from 19-21°C, although some scattered thunderstorms may still occur in some areas. May is the warmest month in Palestine with average temperatures ranging from 24-26°C and light rain showers becoming more frequent throughout much of the country. June brings a slight decrease in temperature with average temperatures ranging from 22-24°C but wet weather remains predominant throughout much of Palestine. The autonomous mini-state of Palestine has a Mediterranean climate. It is warm in summer, from July to mid-September it is 30°C, and cool and wet in winter. Cool means a maximum of 17°C in January. December and January are the wettest months. There is an average of 150 millimeters of precipitation.

Palestine Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax system Basic data The Palestinian economy has been stagnant for a long time, and in 2020 it was also deeply affected by the crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, as a result of which the GDP of Palestine fell by almost 12% compared… Read More »

Palestine History

PREHISTORY According to localcollegeexplorer, since the Paleolithic the Palestine was occupied by groups of hunter-gatherers who lived in the shelters of the coastal area. The neolithization process that led to a production economy occurred through various phases (intensive harvesting, incipient production, non-sedentary agriculture). This process began in the Natufian (10,000-8,000 BC) when the man, coming… Read More »

Palestine State Facts

  CAPITAL Ramallah STATE STRUCTURE Parliamentary republic INTERNAL DIVISION The State of Palestine (or the Palestinian National Authority) is a partially recognized state and consists of 16 provinces: 11 are located on the West Bank of the Jordan River, the remaining 5 are in the Gaza Strip. The Gaza Strip is de facto controlled by… Read More »

Israel and Gaza Part 2

6: The background to the war against Gaza After the election victory in 2006, Hamas controlled the Palestinian parliament. The Palestinian president, Mahmoud Abbas of the Fatah party, was elected in 2005 and without a counter-candidate from Hamas, following the death of Yassir Arafat in 2004. Leading representatives of the international community had demanded that… Read More »

Israel and Gaza Part 1

On December 27, 2008, the Israeli army attacked the Gaza Strip. 90 warplanes dropped over 100 tons of explosives over about 100 different targets. Within minutes, 225 people were killed and over 700 injured. Israel wanted to make it impossible for the Palestinian resistance movement Hamas to fire rockets into Israel. Both the rocket bearings… Read More »

Palestinians and Israelis Part 3

6: Occupation and illegal settlements “If the Arab states go to war against us and we win over them, why should we commit ourselves?” Said David Ben Gurion, Israel’s first prime minister. During the Six Day War in 1967, Israel conquered East Jerusalem and the West Bank in the east, Gaza and the Sinai Peninsula… Read More »

Palestinians and Israelis Part 2

Hamas’ election winner exposed a sore point in Palestinian politics. It was the PLO that had entered into the Oslo Accords and recognized Israel. Hamas is not part of the PLO. How could the PLO claim to represent all Palestinians as long as what turned out to be the largest Palestinian party in elections is… Read More »

Palestinians and Israelis Part 1

The conflict between Palestinians and Israelis has been going on for decades. It is currently back in one of its more contentious phases. After the recent events, many will also say that the Oslo process is over – that the positive period marked by a certain amount of trust between the parties is over. What… Read More »