Rami Hamdallah
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Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah on Monday met with a number of Israeli-Arab MKs at his Ramallah office, according to Wafa News Agency.

Hamdallah discussed the situation regarding the "Palestinians in the 1948 occupied al-Quds" - referring to the entire State of Israel - with Joint Arab List members Ahmed Tibi, Osama Saadi, Jamal Zahalka and Yousef Jabareen.

Hamdallah stressed that the Palestinian leadership, headed by Mahmoud Abbas, supports Israel's Arabs at all levels. He praised the Israeli-Arabs commitment and their fight against Israel’s ongoing "racist actions.”

Moreover, he and the Arab MKs discussed ways to strengthen support to the residents of eastern Jerusalem in response to what he termed as Israel's efforts to "Judaize" the city.

Mahmoud Abbas's Palestinian Authority regularly seeks to cultivate ties among Arab extremists and the far-left in Israel.

Just over a week ago, members of the far-left Meretz party reportedly met with the Palestinian Authority chairman in Ramallah.