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Barghouti: ‘Withdrawal to ’67 lines would signal conflict’s end’

Marwan Barghouti, one of the most popular Palestinian public figure, said from Israeli jail that when Israel withdraws to pre-1967 borders, the conflict will end. “What’s more important today is to form a national unity government and pursue peaceful resistance, including negotiations,” he added. Barghouti was sentenced to five consecutive life terms in 2004 for his involvement in “terror activities” as the head of Fatah’s militant faction, Tanzim.

Ynetnews, Israel

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