Its settlements are deemed illegal under global law and widely seen as a sticking point in peace negotiations.
"This assembly can also end the illegal Israeli occupation", she said while meeting with a British parliamentary delegation in Ramallah.
A senior official in the U.S. administration confirmed to Israel Hayom that U.S. President Donald Trump has appointed to the committee U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman, Friedman's senior adviser Aryeh Lightstone, and Scott Leith, director of Israeli and Palestinian affairs at the National Security Council.
The PLO published on its official website that the USA plan involves 300 violations of global law and worldwide resolutions.
Qadi said the letter would also demand that Amazon provide free shipping to Palestinians - who mark their addresses as being in "The Palestinian Territories" - for purchases above $49.
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Washington has essentially ignored the universally recognized global legal basis for a Middle East settlement, which includes the resolutions of the United Nations (UN) Security Council, the UN General Assembly and the Arab Peace Initiative, he said.
Israel has developed plans to build 9,000 settler homes in annexed east Jerusalem, the first such project in the city in more than 20 years, watchdog Peace Now said Tuesday.
Peace Now said the housing ministry had a week ago submitted plans to Jerusalem's Municipality to build the settlement units on the site of the former Atarot airport, between two Palestinian neighbourhoods.
The project, informally dubbed "the deal of the century".
In an initial reaction, Israel's foreign minister, Israel Katz, called the publication of the list a "shameful surrender" to countries and organisations that want to hurt Israel.
The Palestinians seek the West Bank and east Jerusalem - captured by Israel in the 1967 Mideast war - as parts of an independent state, and the vast majority of the world considers Israeli settlements to be illegal.
"As for Israel", he continued, "its survival is no longer in question" and "Hard as it is for me to admit it, a two-state solution to the Palestinian problem is not a vital American interest".