Wafa

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This article is about Palestinian News Agency. For other uses, see Wafa (disambiguation).
The logo of Palestinian news agency Wafa

'Wafa' (Arabic: وفا, acronym of وكالة الأنباء الفلسطينية, meaning 'Palestine News Agency'‎), also known as the Palestine News Agency and the Palestinian News & Info Agency, is the news agency of the Palestinian National Authority,[1] and was "the P.L.O.'s news agency" in the years before the formation of the P.A.[2] Wafa provides daily news from Palestinian territories, Israel and the Middle East, and is available in English, Arabic, French and Hebrew, making it a major source of information over current events for those regions.[citation needed]

In the late 1970s and early 1980s Mona Khalidi "worked at Wafa." [3][4]

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  1. ^ http://english.wafa.ps/
  2. ^ Rashid Khalidi, Under Siege: P.L.O. Decisionmaking During the 1982 War, 1986, p. 7
  3. ^ "Rashid Khalidi's Balancing Act; The Middle-East scholar courts controversy with his Palestinian advocacy," By EVAN R. GOLDSTEIN, Chronicle of Higher Education, March 6, 2009, [1]
  4. ^ Communications at the Crossroads: The Gender Gap Connection, by Ramona R. Rush, Donna Allen - Language Arts & Disciplines, Ablex Pub. Corp, 1989, p. 232.