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Marwan Barghouti urges Abbas to visit Gaza
Published Monday 19/11/2012 (updated) 24/11/2012 16:17
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Jailed Fatah leader Marwan Barghouthi.(MaanImages/file)
BETHLEHEM (Ma'an) -- Jailed Fatah leader Marwan Barghouthi on Sunday called on President Mahmoud Abbas and PLO leaders to visit Gaza to demonstrate "steadfastness and resistance."

Barghouti condemned the "brutal Israeli aggression" against the Gaza Strip, describing it as an assault on all Palestinians, Arabs, Muslims, and free people of the world, a statement received by Ma'an said.

The jailed Fatah leader urged all Palestinians to take to the streets and organize popular rallies denouncing Israel's attacks on Gaza.

Arab countries, namely Jordan and Egypt, should reconsider their relations with Israel in light of the ongoing Israeli occupation and aggression, he added.

The Fatah leader has been serving a life sentence since 2004 and has been widely viewed as a contender to succeed Mahmoud Abbas as president.
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1 ) Gari / USA
19/11/2012 09:52
Humanitrians everywhere shuould support the rising Arab Spring in Jordan that
can culminate in a Palestinian democratic state rather than an absurd monarchy.

2 ) Muayyad / Palestine
19/11/2012 11:00
Abbas is the biggest liability for the Palestinian cause. Do not bet on ANY positive outcome emanating from this agent of Israel. His UNGA plan will fail, just as every project of his. He is directly responsible for the Palestinian division and is a central factor in it. How then, does Marwan Barghouti expect Mahmoud Abbas to visit Gaza? Marwan should know better, and is a better candidate to lead Palestinians to independence.

3 ) Amira / Canada
20/11/2012 23:28
If Abbas and its entourage do not go to Gaza and support their brothers, they are traitors.
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