Incarcerated Palestinian leader calls for protests against peace talks

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July 26, 2013 21:13

 
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The secretary-general of PLO member the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine group has urged Palestinians to protest against renewed peace negotiations with Israel, Palestinian news agency Ma'an reported Friday.

Palestinians should "break all the barriers of silence and step up to defend the national rights that are being threatened in this critical phase in the region," Ma'an quoted Ahmad Saadat as writting in a letter received Friday from the Israeli prison where he is service a 30-year sentence for organizing the assassination of former tourism minister Rehavam Ze’evi in Jerusalem in 2001.

Yaakov Lapin contributed to this report.

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