|There are primary and secondary schools and colleges teaching in Palestinian
Wrong. There are no schools teaching in Palestinian in Israel. Only in Palestine. Obviously, the Albanians have their own schools in their own country. However, I doubt those schools are ever forcibly closed by Macedonian troops, nor are they impossible to get to due to massive roadblocks, as we know happens regularly in Palestine.
Problem is, both Palestinians and Albanians aspire to be more than folk minorities in their own countries! Besides having the opportunity to run theaters and newspapers, Albanians and Palestinians want to run the "political show" as well: mayors, ministers, police, etc.
Albanians do indeed have this power. To quote from my previous post: "Today six out of 17 government ministers are ethnic Albanians, the parliamentary vice-president is Albanian and so are several ambassadors." In contrast, Palestinians have zero political or social power in Israel.
Sorry, Gustave, it is a fraudulent analogy. You shouldn't be surprised, since it was introduced by a Zionist.