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Saturday, August 18, 2007

Israel granting immunity to 110 more terrorists?

The 'Palestinian Authority' announced tonight that Israel has given it a list of 110 more terrorists to whom Israel is willing to grant amnesty. Army Radio reports that 'Israeli sources' are denying the story.
PA security officials were calling the gunmen on Saturday to inform them of the deal by which Israel would stop trying to arrest them in return for their agreement to halt all activities against Israeli targets and turn over their weapons, security officials said.

Some of the wanted men have agreed to stop fighting Israel and will join the ranks of PA security, the officials said on condition of anonymity since they were not authorized to talk to the press.

The Palestinians had sought amnesty for more than 200 wanted men in this latest round, most from PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah movement, said Riad al-Malki, the PA minister of information.

"We will demand again that Israel stop pursuing other wanted men," al-Malki said.
Haaretz has the Prime Minister's Office denying the report about half an hour ago. But each of the JPost, Haaretz and YNet are carrying the story at length with a one-sentence Israeli denial. Whom do you believe?


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