I live in Palestine and have a Palestinian passport. Recently due to sharia law my life has become in danger and I must move to any country and ask for a refugee status. I contacted related authorities but my country was of little help, even against me so I am stuck taking action on my own. I tried applying for a visitors visa in Norway but got refused after 8 weeks of waiting. Is there a reasonable plan I can take to move away and ask for a refugee status?
The immediate choice would be Jordan. If your life is in danger from the state itself then Jordan can not refuse refugee status to you, that's the convention. You need to convince them of this, however. Details on getting to Jordan can be found in this article . Be safe and best of luck!
However, if you are only in danger from your family then you need to find ways to safety in your home country.
Edit: if you have a genuine convention refugee claim then the generic problem is that airlines won't allow you to board if they believe the destination country won't admit you because they would need to transport you back and would be fined. So you need a country where this is not a problem. As you can -- possibly -- reach Jordan on land, this is not a problem and also Jordan allows you without visa. Wikipedia has a great list about the Visa requirements for Palestinian citizens. If you can get to Tel Aviv and have the money to fly, then perhaps try for an eVisa from Georgia, there are several direct flights. You just need to get to another country.