In the latest annual global human rights report, the US has stopped using the term "occupied" when talking about areas of Palestine controlled by Israel, including the Golan Heights, the West Bank and Gaza. In a report by the State Department intended to detail data regarding human rights around the globe in 2018, the US has decided to alter the words it uses to describe the situation in the Palestinian territories occupied by Israel, opting for what seems to be more neutral language. This decision comes despite the fact that the word "occupation" is official terminology approved by the United Nations and how the US had formerly described the territories in question. The administration said that the change in rhetoric does not imply any policy changes, but were otherwise unclear about their reasons for the new phrasing. The report appears to reflect the sentiments of a meeting between Senator Lindsey Graham, US ambassador to Israel David Friedman and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin...
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