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Capital: Jericho (provisional)
Population: 3.7 million (2005 est.)
Official language: Arabic (de facto)
Majority group: Palestinian Arab (81.5%)
Minority groups: Hebrew (16.1%), Egyptian Arabic (0.9%), Eastern Levantine Arabic (0.5%), Syrian Arab or Northern Levantine (0.3%), Neo-Aramaic The West, Italian, French, German, Adyghéen, Greek, Gypsy domari, Armenian, Assyrian, Southern Levantine Arab, etc.
Political system: Autonomous territory under Israeli occupation (waiting to be sovereign)
Constitutional articles (language): art. 5 and 28 of the 2003 Constitutional Draft
Language Laws: not applicable
Palestine is a region in the Middle East. It is in the Levant, between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea.[1][2][3] Many cultures have lived in Palestine through history and built their civilizations, such as the Philistines, Phoenicians and Arabs. It is also called the Holy Land. It is where Judaism and Christianity began.
Today, the region is divided into two states: Israel and the State of Palestine. The territories in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip have been disputed between Israel and Palestine,.[4][5] with Israel Many cities in the region are sacred to Abrahamic religions: Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Nazareth and Hebron are among the most important.
The name Palestine comes from the word Plesheth, meaning "invaders". In English it is usually written Philistine. The Philistines were a people who invaded the area.They were probably a Greek people, who did not speak Arabic, not too surprising as the Arabs came to Palestine nearly 2000 years later.

State of Palestine
The State of Palestine, also known simply as Palestine, is a de jure sovereign state in the Middle East.[6][7] It is recognized by 136 UN members. Since 2012 it has non-member observer state in the United Nations. This amounts to a de facto, or implicit, recognition of statehood.[8][9][10]
The State of Palestine claims the West Bank and the Gaza Strip as its territory. Its independence was declared on 15 November 1988.
Palestine is located in South-West Asia and is in the heart of the Middle East. To its north is Syria and Lebanon, to its south the Gulf of Aqaba and the Sinai Peninsula, and on its east is Jordan. Historic Palestine was once a land stretching from the Mediterranean coast east across the Jordan River, and from the Gulf of Aqaba north beyond the Sea of Galilee. Today this geographical area is divided into the state of Israel (established in May 1948), and the West Bank (including eastern Jerusalem) and the Gaza Strip which Israel occupied in 1967. The struggle between the Israelis and the Palestinians is one of the most enduring and explosive of all the world's conflicts with it roots in historic claim to the land. For the Palestinians the last 100 years have brought colonisation, expulsion and military occupation, followed by a long and difficult search for self-determination and for coexistence with the nation they hold responsible for their suffering and loss. For the Jewish people of Israel, the return to the land, they believe to be the land of their forefathers, after centuries of persecution around the world, has not brought peace or security. Palestinian cities, villages, and most of the 19 official refugee camps were transferred to a self-governing Palestinian Authority in the 1990s under the Madrid/Oslo 'peace process.' The area, however, remains under Israeli occupation with the bulk of the land area under full Israeli military control.