The State of Palestine is a de-facto sovereign state located in the Middle East. It is comprised of the Gaza Strip and the West Bank, as well as parts of the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights. Palestinians are mainly of Arab descent, with the majority being Muslims and a minority being Christians. The state was declared in 1988 by the Palestine Liberation Organization, and since then Palestinians have struggled to have their right of self-determination recognized. Since then, Palestinians have been engaged in a long conflict with Israel, leading to wars and the installation of a blockade in the Gaza Strip. The State of Palestine is a member of a number of international organisations, including the UN, the Arab League, and the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation.
1) What is the capital of the State of Palestine?
2) What state does Palestine have diplomatic relations with?
3) What color is the Palestinian flag?
4) Which of these countries does not recognize the State of Palestine?
5) What is the currency of Palestine?
6) What is the population of Palestine?
7) What language is spoken in Palestine?
8) What is the area of Palestine?
9) When did Palestine become a UN observer state?
10) What is the name of Palestine's highest mountain?
11) What is the main religion in Palestine?
12) What type of government does Palestine have?
13) What does the olive branch represent on the Palestinian flag?
14) What is the literacy rate in Palestine?
15) What animal appears on the Palestinian coat of arms?
16) Who is the current president of Palestine?
17) Who is the current prime minister of Palestine?
18) Which river forms a large part of the border of Palestine?
19) What is the official name of the State of Palestine?
20) What is the predominant agricultural product of Palestine?
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