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    • 09.10.06 | 20:23 (IST)

    PA Communications Minister Imad Faluji addressing a rally at the Ein Hilwe refugee camp in South Lebanon, stated that the new intifada had been in the planning for months. Palestinian leader Marwan Barghouti told an interviewer that: The explosion would have happened anyway. It was necessary in order to protect Palestinian rights. But Sharon provided a good excuse. He is a hated man. (New Yorker, January 29, 2001) Barghouti reinforced this point half a year later: The intifada did not start because of Sharon?s visit to Al-Aqsa, although that was the last straw. The intifada began because of the desire to put an end to the occupation and because the Palestinians did not approve of the peace process in its previous form. (Jerusalem Times, June 8, 2001) Palestinian official Faisal Husseini directly controlled the Palestinian attacks in and around the Temple Mount, the violence starting and stopping at his signal.

    from the article: Rightist MK Ariel visits Temple Mount as thousands throng Wall
    First published 00:00 09.10.06 | Last updated 00:00 09.10.06
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