Abbas advisor: PA Chairman's life is not in danger

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May 26, 2006 07:38

 
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An advisor to Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas, Nabil Aburodaina, said Friday that there was no substance to claims that the chairman's life was in danger. The advisor's statement followed a decision made by Defense Minister Amir Peretz to transfer weapons and ammunition to Abbas loyalists in order to protect him, Israel Radio reported.

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