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Israel grants reprieve to former Fatah fighters
Published Wednesday 17/11/2010 (updated) 18/11/2010 14:46
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NABLUS (Ma'an) -- Israel granted a reprieve Wednesday to 75 members of Fatah's now-dormant armed wing, the Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades, Palestinian sources said.

The former guerilla fighters were all in various stages of an amnesty process established by Israel and the Palestinian Authority in 2007. Under the deal, the fighters agreed to hand in their weapons and serve time in prison, in return for Israel's agreement not to arrest or kill them.

Some of the men were granted the right to sleep in their own homes instead of a security compound where they were told to report under the amnesty deal. Others were granted full amnesty and a return to civilian life.

The announcement of the move was timed to coincide with the Eid Al-Adha holiday, sources said, which began on Tuesday.
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1 ) southparkbear / usa
17/11/2010 15:37
and in the spirit of holidays I am willing to meet with any balestinians from this board and play a game called no visa for you

2 ) American In America / USA
17/11/2010 21:59
@southpark - your comment shows how little you know about Palestinians. You think they want a visa to come to USA? They want their own lands. Unlike you who do not even know from where your ancestors come from.
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