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Fatah wins Bethlehem University elections
Published Wednesday 13/04/2011 (updated) 13/04/2011 22:22
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BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) – Fatah has won the student council elections at Bethlehem University in a vote that was boycotted by Hamas.

Fatah picked up 18 seats, defeating a joint list by the Popular and Democratic Fronts for the Liberation of Palestine that won 13.

About 60 percent of students participated in the elections, student elections officials said.

Hamas and Islamic Jihad boycotted the vote and others at universities in the Fatah-run West Bank.
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1 ) Fadel / Nablus
14/04/2011 05:04
and the office of the islamic block in beit lahem has been closed by the "democratic" fayyad and abbas entity.

2 ) John / USA
15/04/2011 00:39
Why do students have to be Fatah or Hamas or Democratic Front? Why sow division in young people? This moronic split between Hamas and Fateh should be kept out of places of higher education.
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