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PFLP rejects idea of truce with Israel

Kayed al-Ghul, a member of the PFLP’s political bureau, speaks to Al-Monitor about the movement’s goals and efforts to achieve Palestinian unity.
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RAMALLAH, West Bank — The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) observed its 48th anniversary Dec. 11. During the ceremony, the PFLP confirmed its support for the current intifada, the resistance and liberation. It stressed the need to put an end to all agreements with Israel and accomplish Palestinian national unity.

These positions are based on a message sent by detained PFLP Secretary-General Ahmad Saadat from inside an Israeli jail on the same day.

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