"Abu Mazen thus renews Yasser Arafat's revolving-door policy for


Palestinian Authority Chairman Abu Mazen suddenly throws open Jericho
lock-up and frees 56 convicted terrorists

February 9, 2006, 3:11 PM (GMT+02:00)

Among the men freed without prior notice are 26 Islamic Jihad members
from northern and central Samaria, who plotted and masterminded
suicide bombings in Hadera, Netanya, and Kfar Saba in 2005.

Also released were 13 members of the PA General Intelligence Service,
loyal to Col. Tewfik Tirawri, and 17 members of the PA Military Police
– all of whom participated in terrorist attacks.

Abu Mazen thus renews Yasser Arafat's revolving-door policy for
terrorists, while Acting Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and Foreign
Minister Tzipi Livni call Hamas a terrorist organization and speak
about the need to call Hamas a terrorist organization and fight terrorism.

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