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FJP Praises Palestinian Prisoners Deal
FJP Praises Palestinian Prisoners Deal
Dr. Mohamed Saad Katatni, Secretary-General of the Freedom and Justice Party, praised Egypt’s role in the completion of a deal to release Palestinian prisoners in exchange for the Zionist soldier Shalit, which was announced on Tuesday.
Wednesday, October 12,2011 13:31
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 Dr. Mohamed Saad Katatni, Secretary-General of the Freedom and Justice Party, praised Egypt’s role in the completion of a deal to release Palestinian prisoners in exchange for the Zionist soldier Shalit, which was announced on Tuesday.


Katatni stressed the need for continued efforts by the Egyptian authorities to bring about radical solutions to end the suffering of the Palestinian people and lead to the establishment of a Palestinian state with Jerusalem as its capital.
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