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Bahar: IOA planning to get rid of Palestinians in 1948 occupied Palestine
Bahar: IOA planning to get rid of Palestinians in 1948 occupied Palestine
The Israeli occupation authority (IOA) is planning to eliminate all Palestinian presence in Palestine occupied in 1948, first deputy speaker of the Palestinian legislative council Dr. Ahmed Bahar said.
Monday, May 31,2010 11:19
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GAZA,The Israeli occupation authority (IOA) is planning to eliminate all Palestinian presence in Palestine occupied in 1948, first deputy speaker of the Palestinian legislative council Dr. Ahmed Bahar said.

He added in a statement on Sunday that the Israeli parliament's decision to rescind the nationality of anyone indicted with "terrorism" was meant to eradicate all Palestinian presence in the 1948 occupied Palestinian lands at trivial pretexts.

Bahar called for crystallizing innovative plans and activities to confront and foil the new Zionist offensive and to protect the Palestinians in the 1948 occupied lands.

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