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Israeli forces stop Ramallah governor for hours
Published Saturday 22/12/2012 (updated) 24/12/2012 14:04
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Governor of Ramallah Layla Ghannam
RAMALLAH (Ma’an) – Israeli forces on Saturday evening stopped for several hours the cars of the governor of Ramallah and her escorts near the entrance to the village of Sinjil north of Ramallah.

A spokesman from Layla Ghannam's office said the governor was being escorted by an official delegation in Sinjil to offer condolences to a bereaved family when three army patrols stopped the cars.

“When the soldiers learned that it was an official PA delegation, they savagely collected everybody’s identity cards,” Samir Tayyim told Ma’an.

Responding to the incident, Ghannam said it was a political message from the Israeli occupation’s government to the leadership of the Palestinian Authority.

Israeli leaders, she added, have already threatened PA leaders and hope to topple the PA.
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1 ) Emile / Palestine
22/12/2012 22:35
She thinks Israel hopes to topple the PA, what a joke. Why would they considering what a good job the PA is doing at us keeping us quiet and freeing up Israeli resources to do other things, like build more settlements.

2 ) Ashraf / USA
23/12/2012 07:07
PA deserves it. Dissolve it now. Hold elections.

3 ) Colin Wright / USA
23/12/2012 18:33
Israelis make lousy colonialists. Anyone can tell you you need to at least pretend to honor and respect those you wish to serve as your puppets. If you spit on everyone, you unite everyone.
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