A very desperate post.
The study you linked to didnot compare palestinians to the ancient remains but focused on lebanese since the ancient remains were from lebanon (Sidon).
Samples from palestine matched modern day palestinians more than other levantine population and samples from lebanon matched modern day lebanese more than other levantine population but they were all too close and the difference were small.
Scientists looked into Haber data and concluded:
“the Lebanese people have more genetic overlap with the Canaanites from Sidon than do other modern Middle Eastern populations such as Jordanians, Syrians or Palestinians.The difference is small, but it’s possible that the Lebanese population has remained more isolated over time from an influx of African DNA than other Levantine peoples, Lazaridis suggested”