PFLP leaders arrive in Gaza for first-of-kind visit

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February 26, 2012 17:23

 
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In the first visit of its kind, one of the leaders of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine [PFLP] arrived in the Gaza Strip Sunday.

Maher Taher, who has been living in Syria and Lebanon for the past four decades, entered the Gaza Strip throughout the Rafah border crossing with Egypt.

It is not clear whether Taher, 63, was planning to move to the Gaza Strip permanently.

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