'We Were Young. We and the Israelis Must Now Think About the Future'

The release this week of two members of the Sawalha family - who killed an Israeli in 1990, when they were both 17 - offers a chance to recall the losses on both sides during the first intifada.

The men in the Sawalha family, from the village of Azmut, east of Nablus, arrived at the Muqata − Palestinian government headquarters, in Ramallah − at about 11 o’clock on Tuesday night. They were there to welcome their two relatives, Mohammed and Hosni. The two men, along with the nine other released prisoners from the West Bank, did not arrive at the plaza outside the office of President

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