Bethlehem Brotherhood and Development

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Electoral propaganda of the bloc

Bethlehem Brotherhood and Development (Arabic: بيت لحم تآخي وتطوير‎)[clarification needed] was a candidature bloc that contested the May 2005 municipal elections in Bethlehem, the West Bank. Politically independent, the list included members of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine. In total, the bloc presented 15 candidates (8 Christians and 7 Muslims).[clarification needed] The top candidate of the Bloc was Victor Batarseh, who was elected mayor.[1]

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