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DFLP: Party chief will not return to Palestine
Published Monday 28/01/2013 (updated) 30/01/2013 17:16
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BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) -- The secretary-general of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine Nayif Hawatmah will not return from Syria to the West Bank, despite reports to this effect, his party said on Sunday.

Hawatmah is the last veteran PLO leader still in exile.

Israel stipulated that the DFLP renounce armed struggle in exchange for the return of Hawatmah, and the party has rejected this condition, Talal Abu Tharifa, a member of the DFLP politburo, told Ma'an.

The group believes both armed struggle and political activity are necessary, he said.

The Beirut-based al-Liwaa newspaper quoted unidentified Palestinian sources on Thursday saying that 84-year-old Hawatmah's return from exile was imminent.
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1 ) antihariri / .ps
28/01/2013 12:02
yes and you printed it also,as you printed the article above.also nonsensical.what abbas says to al mayadeen or hariri news is irrelevant.and maybe abbas should also" believeboth armed struggle and political activity are necessary"

2 ) Jane / Pr
28/01/2013 17:13
He is sooooo young and all these political geriatric in Palestien needs to be strangthen.
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