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Monday, February 16, 2009

That's all we need,: Barghouti & co roaming our roads while checkpoints are removed. You know what that means. Is it MORAL to release Shalit, if this is the price to pay? Rabbis, please scream, shout, make yourselves heard: this is HIGH TREASON!

21:29 , 02.15.09


Imprisoned Leader
Photo: Yariv Katz Marwan Barghouti Photo: Yariv Katz
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Israel mulls releasing Barghouti

Channel 10 television reports Jerusalem considering releasing Palestinian uprising leader ahead of prisoner swap with Hamas in effort to bolster Abbas' fatah faction

Israel is exploring the option of releasing Palestinian uprising leader Marwan Barghouti to bolster President Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah faction ahead of any prisoner swap with Hamas, Israeli television said on Sunday.


Outgoing Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is trying to negotiate a last-minute deal with Hamas under which Israel would release 1,000 or more Palestinian prisoners in exchange for captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit.


To help Fatah, one idea under discussion was the possibility of releasing Barghouti ahead of the prisoner swap with Hamas, according to Israel's Channel 10 television. An Israeli source told Reuters this option was under consideration but that no decisions have been taken.


"There will not be a Shalit deal without the release of Marwan Barghouti," Barghouti's lawyer, Hader Shkirat, told Israel's Channel 10 television.


"The deal is closer than ever. We think and hope it will be very, very soon, perhaps in a few days."


Barghouti is seen as a possible successor to Abbas, whose secular Fatah faction lost to Hamas in a 2006 election and was routed from the Gaza Strip in a June 2007 civil war between the Palestinian rivals. Barghouti was sentenced to five life terms by an Israeli court. 



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