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Israel pardons 77 former Fatah fighters

March 9, 2010 9:55 A.M. (Updated: March 10, 2010 11:45 A.M.)
Nablus – Ma'an – Israel has agreed to remove 77 former Palestinian fighters from its list of "wanted" men as a continuation of its amnesty program, Palestinian sources said.

Palestinian Authority officials were handed a list on Monday night, naming the men who received a pardon, nearly all of them former fighters in the Fatah-affiliated Al-Aqsa Brigades in the West Bank.

During the past five years, the “wanted” men have signed a pledge renouncing the use of violence and turned in their weapons, agreeing to place themselves into PA police custody in a Nablus-area jail until their amnesty agreements were finalized by Israel.

Only 10 of the 77 men received a full pardon, allowing them to live at home and travel freely throughout the West Bank and outside of the country. Nineteen were given a minimal pardon, allowed to move freely in the West Bank during the day but required to sleep in the prison. Forty-six were granted a partial pardon, and will be able to move freely in the West Bank, but not pass its borders. They are also permitted to sleep at home, but will be required to check in at the detention center periodically.

Their names are as follows:

Fully pardoned:

1. Muhammad Al-Khalili - Nablus

2. Thafer Eran - Nablus

3. Bassam Abu Shallal - Nablus

4. Ragheb Al-Qaddoumi - Nablus

5. Karim Abu Issa - Nablus

6. Nidal Ahmed - Ramallah

7. Rebhi Al-Asmar - Ramallah

8. Jamal Shaniatah - Bethlehem

9. Ali Ibrahim Sabah - Tulkarem

10. Ahmad Nazzal - Jenin

Minimal pardon:

11. Ramzi Marqa - Nablus

12. Ashraf Zureiq - Nablus

13. Ammar Ahmad Akob - Nablus

14. Hani Adel Ahmad Mahmud - Nablus

15. Thiab Samih Hajja - Nablus

16. Said Shaker Masha - Nablus

17. Amjad Anabtawi - Nablus

18. Thaer Nadeem - Nablus

19. Khalid Hantash - Ramallah

20. Fadi Jawabra - Ramallah

21. Tareq Abu Wazna - Ramallah

22. Ibrahim Abu Thahir - Ramallah

23. Ahmed Obaid - Ramallah

24. Luay Ghosheh - Ramallah

25. Mahmud Abu Labdeh - Qalqiliya

26. Tahseen Swedan - Qalqiliya

27. Mahdi Abdul-Rahman Mansour – Kafr Qallil (Nablus)

28. Ammar Abu Al-Hayyat - Nablus

29. Mo’taz At-Taryaqi - Nablus

30. Mohammad Melhem - Far'a (Nablus)

Partial pardon

31. Jabri Al-Kurdi - Nablus

32. Yousef Hajjaj - Nablus

33. Wazir Issa - Nablus

34. Sanad Mansour - Nablus

35. Mahdi Abu As-S’oud - Nablus

36. Yacoub Shaqqura - Nablus

37. Kayed Al-Masri - Nablus

38. Abbas Al-Azizi - Nablus

39. Akram Abu Leil - Nablus

40. Azmi At-Taqtouq - Nablus

41. Dia At-Titi - Nablus

42. Mohammad An-Nadi - Nablus

43. Mu’tasim Abdel-Gawad - Nablus

44. Khalid Darwish - Nablus

45. Tareq Adas - Tulkarem

46. Samer Al-Ashqar - Tulkarem

47. Osama Abu Seif - Qalqiliya

48. Ahmad Awad - Nablus

49. Taha Ahmad Faraj - Jenin

50. Rabi As’os - Jenin

51. Mahmud Tzaza’ah - Jenin

52. Fuad Atiq - Jenin

53. Khalid Njas - Ramallah

54. Suleiman Howari - Ramallah

55. Walid Ali Dar Abed - Al-Bireh

56. Bilal Al-Ahmar - Bethlehem

57. Shadi Abu Jeries - Bethlehem

58. Ahmad Al-Mansi - Bethlehem

59. Mahmud Jibran - Bethlehem

60. Mahmud Al-Halabi - Ramallah

61. Nasser Radwan - Qalqiliya

62. Khalid Mater - Qalandiya

63. Anas Qarayrah - Ramallah

64. Zaher Sabeh - Bethlehem

65. Mohammad Hamdan - Jericho

66. Monis Ar-Rimawi - Ramallah

67. Mohamad Salem - Bethlehem

68. Mohammad Groof - Jericho

69. Bashar Ghanem - Tulkarem

70. Jehad Suleiman - Qalqiliya

71. Odeh Mubarak - Tulkarem

72. Mahmud Metwally - Qalqiliya

73. Mohammad Asos - Jenin

74. Samir Tubasi - Jenin

75. Ibrahim Shqiran - Jenin

76. Samer Farhat - Jenin

77. Ramzi Abid - Kafr Than (Nablus)

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