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December 10, 2021 Special Dispatch No. 9675

New Palestinian Embassy Building In Tunisia Features Giant Marble Map Of Palestine From The River To The Sea

December 10, 2021
Palestine, North Africa | Special Dispatch No. 9675

During the December 8, 2021 inauguration ceremony for the new Palestinian Embassy building in Tunisia, with the participation of Tunisian President Kais Saied and Palestinian Authority (PA) President Mahmoud 'Abbas, an outdoor wall featuring a giant marble map of Palestine from the Jordan river to the Mediterranean was highlighted.

The map shows major cities, including those within Israel such as Haifa, Jaffa, Lod, Ramla, and Nazareth. Photos of Saied and 'Abbas standing in front of the giant map appeared in reports about the inauguration in both the Tunisian and Palestinian media.


Photo of the map on Facebook page of Tunisian Presidency (Facebook.com/Presidence.tn, December 8, 2021)

Fatah tweeted photos of the inauguration ceremony, adding: "The President of the Palestinian state, Mahmoud 'Abbas, and his Tunisian brother, the President of the Republic of Tunisia Kais Saied inaugurated the new building of the Palestinian Embassy in Tunisia on Wednesday [December 8]."[1]


Report on the inauguration of the embassy on Fatah's Twitter page (Source: Mobile.twitter.com/fatehorg, December 8, 2021)

The Facebook page of the Tunisian presidency also reported on the inauguration ceremony, and posted photos of it.


Source: Facebook.com/presidence.tn, December 8, 2021.

 

[1] Mobile.twitter.com/fatehorg, December 8, 2021.

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