A Fatah Committee adopted the Prisoner's Document on Tuesday evening, saying it constitutes a basis for talks on a unity government.
The original Prisoner's Document called for 'restricting' attacks on Israelis to the territories captured by Israel in 1967. It was later revised to say attacks should be 'focused' on these territories, implying that the Palestinian groups could still carry out attacks inside Israel proper.
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