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Sunday, May 24, 2009
Hamas orders death sentence for Fatah security men
Gaza City: A Hamas military court on Sunday sentenced three former Fatah security men to death by firing squad for the 2007 killing of two journalists at a pro-Hamas newspaper. The killings took place...
bignewsnetwork-palestine 4:00:00 PM CEST
Gaza: Fatah men sentenced to death for killing 2 journalists
ynetnews 1:30:00 PM CEST
Gaza death sentences cause Hamas-Fatah row
maannews-en 3:01:00 PM CEST
This cluster belong to the following story: Israel 'wants rapid Gaza pullout'
Keywords: Israel, Palestine, Egypt / Hamas, Al Fatah / palestinian, israeli, gaza, strip, peace
Start date: Tuesday, January 13, 2009
7 days before.
Egypt pushes for Palestinian unity agreement (AFP) Similarity: 0.45
6 days before.
Palestinians end talks in Cairo without deal Similarity: 0.68
5 days before.
Collision course? Similarity: 0.34
4 days before.
Abbas swears in Fayyad as premier of Hamas-free Palestinian government Similarity: 0.61
2 days before.
Israeli troops 'kill two Gaza attackers' Similarity: 0.32
2 days after.
Draft bill by Israel to ban Nakba is attacked Similarity: 0.37
4 days after.
Hamas backers jailed in Texas Similarity: 0.41
6 days after.
Hamas says Fatah arrests 22 of its activists (Reuters) Similarity: 0.41
7 days after.
West Bank fighting kills six Palestinians Similarity: 0.65
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Gaza Strip - In(PS)
Shadi Ahmad (3)
Muhammad Abdo (2)
Aiman Imad (1)
Shadi Madhoun (1)
Muhammad Yousef Nofal (1)
Read Magossi (1)
Sabri Al-Maqousi (1)
Shadi Abd Al-Karim Al-Madhoon (1)
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