The relations between Malaysia and Palestine are strong brotherly relations. In 2012, there are approximately around 3,000–5,000 Palestinian students in Malaysia, with many Palestinians also choose Malaysia as a country for temporary refuge. Due to the Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories, Malaysia has strongly stood up for the rights and freedoms of the Palestinians and has supported the struggles of the Palestinians, with the country also currently refused to recognise the State of Israel until a peace agreement is reached to realise the two-state solution.
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- "Implement two-state solution, says Anifah". New Straits Times. PressReader. 3 August 2017. Retrieved 12 December 2017.
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