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al jazeera. but on the clock in doha the top stories here on al-jazeera the number of people killed by coronavirus across the united states has exceeded 40000 new york state accounts for nearly half of the fatalities but it's reported another drop in daily deaths on saturday the british government has rejected accusations it was complacent and botched its handling of the pandemic the sunday times newspaper says that the prime minister boris johnson missed several early emergency meetings in the build up to the crisis well brennan reports now from london. the accusations of complacency a misjudgment to spread across 4 pages the headline
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political assassination with the truth buried for 25 years. who ordered the killing of the p.l.o. 2nd income. and were they acting alone.
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the story begins in 1955 when a small group of palestinians attacked a target in the gaza strip close to the border with israel but that neither for them i will if you're gonna. write them in the creed nobody yet i has a. mechanism for that you're also. behind the attack was holy loud was here as our boogy heard he would go on to become a major figure in the palestinian resistance to israeli occupation respected by his friends but feared by his enemies he was one of the 700000 palestinians forced from their homes in 1948 in what they call our neck of the catastrophe the founding of israel and that monument is in love with her family saw
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a map so we put those. little woman with the internet. in there man in law said there was all my little medina. just as a lot of me. thought of them are over there now dolly home could get out of home and home it was a whole unless i had. fallen out of my high level of. how mother thought so lovely i come out of you for. how long. was. a mockery of. what had been the taliban no no you don't want to live in the home. all milo was the cool cool. oh what
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a. sort of them club is i found a hotel maze rose further violence on this one is a metal bar sort of. radical in most have a kill zone the army was in the whole slough but i gather up after her a lot of the ha ha that radical. have had is will have a. minimum of the inner the law. after a college education in egypt but she had moved to kuwait where he worked as a teacher. there he met yasser arafat the start of a relationship which shaped the rest of his life. together they founded the fatah
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palestinian resistance movement in 1959 the sad lama that about that moment was and then. as i saw her. in a. bomb are either lying or. can. one factor join the palestine liberation organization in 1967 abu jihad became one of its leading figures and for the next 2 decades effectively the deputy to p.l.o. chairman yasser arafat. he set up training camps in algeria for the paramilitary wing of fatah. the would later undertake armed operations against israeli forces and institutions. were.
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over palatable. sharon the devil of them. from women with a breath and with a ribbon with a woman with an. every vessel. coming out of it and hearing. very little giving your son and where we want him as one man. during the 1970 s. abu jihad was behind several operations against israeli targets. to many palestinians he was a hero a leader of the palestinian resistance movement but israel he became an increasing threat.
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in june 1982 israel invaded lebanon in a confrontation the lead to the p.l.o. being expelled from the country in september and its leadership leaving the capital beirut. b. day it had a bit new to many other dhaka. and. i had a. list. while yasser arafat and other leading figures regrouped in tunisia abu jihad and his. i was moved to the jordanian capital amman. and the 1st palestinian intifada or uprising broke out. can have
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haven't. had that at. sablon and. so there are no kind of like them and worse than that when the father lety utterance. shabby and it be done and we have an idea. of where elected sheriff stanek.
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virtue of the future will be for the nation it's personal show the national discourse. i'm sure publishing a question to put a little on the road a little. george will be sure much from shorty she will shop with she will love it if mother question most of them all the nuances. of international law sure enough a visit. several months into the 1st intifada fattah fighters attacked a bus close to the israeli nuclear research facility near the city of dimona. 4 israelis and 3 palestinians were killed.
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but we do need to reward good luck with. all of that we do out of war zone who are sort of a jerk. lot of bullshit in the more. you know what. they all do. our. part of the normal the lead up for you by the bed. at 31. min. bell had left but at
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the end when the melee you're in i think what i mean. a minute. yes i am in. fact do that. a young posse to. meanwhile in cyprus a car bomb killed 3 close associates of our boogy heard. palestinians accused israeli intelligence mossad of the murders of a couple of new york. kerner in this. country. and in iraq a plot against abu jihad was uncovered. the surface above was won.
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something. gun with a clean behind the mask what are the mascot of them that. have to pull out of the elements. but i love. that our. presence about the country are many. of them but back. in the lead but of the one about. the end of the 2nd week. in early april 988 abu jihad traveled from baghdad. there he received a call from a close friend a moroccan living in france called mohammed al douri. he said he had an important
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security message for the fattest leadership. i live with they were had they were part unser going to sell him the bus with a lot of hama. to the lot of us voters as well that or a little luck and good luck for him. for but i had to look well. let me elaborate a bit when i'm having. a little. how i look here sophia you know well look at that. one from this number because. the. meaning of the political. sort of you know how would you heard
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cheney's ear for more than a few days at a time. but on this visit he was delayed so the days turned into weeks. and the kind of pump up in the astronaut the carriage has not gotten up could cargo jets not be more than not included on or kind of group of public you know what are the doctors doing who kind of how would you have said i wouldn't do it it's more washington to put on so than just her but those who are addicted have got you know a clip at about the m 4 a about this system. that fucked up on the federal how it was one. that out of some of that fear. one of the jet open i always end up with and then 7 then 7 of i didn't know that jet and 7 with the jet.
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better known as abu jihad was one of the founders of the palestine liberation organization the p.l.o. and the right hand man of its chairman yasser arafat. he was shot dead by israeli agents in tunisia in april 988. for nearly 25 years israel refused to acknowledge its role in the operation but in 2012 it's admitted carrying out the assassination. a rare admission of responsibility for an extrajudicial killing. the. to his family friends and supporters were distraught a lot of them. undoubtedly
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still. have been a source of. the one. the truth eventually came out in an israeli newspaper interview by the soldier who said he killed abu jihad. the publication in israel of the details
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of the killing of a major palestinian figure offered a rare glimpse into israeli covert operations. what had been an open secret was now in the public domain so look after the pursuit of the. sharia. we should be servants. do are sure to look forward to clear the record the real service we. want to consider will be sure the location. of the who. shot it or we don't know. is only. to soothe or. just as money search is. going to war. very. very shallow
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there were leslie service 31. for the 1st time the exact details of the operation were out in the open. the israeli hit squad had apparently traveled to cheney's ear by see round about who he would live. again the surly to us to see what it was. the will to use. and share servant girl if you will hope to see what you talk to your children. she worked at a little. girl who who who who i am and she. has all of a little hope of a deal. with you out in the city. who was a dream. we are called who are. coming to the women rush
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who are still the cause. she were visions of rushing with the little who commercial. ships headed our way are. most of the old in. yeah i'm. sorry to whore. that up with them she lives just. moved. she was the whole. issue. most of. the shop. was itching to show.
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some again. having arrived outside the house and killed the security guard the squad's next priority was to establish that abu jihad was inside. the israelis had put together an elaborate plan designed to confirm the palestinians presence without alerting him. this was a high risk operation. an armed disaster nation team was operating on foreign soil
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with a mission to kill a high profile arab figure and escape undetected the stakes could not have been higher. or commented of course. on the ham a phrase i. saw that i missed with the article 5 i. was certain. that one of the last. last sabbath. and i thought this was. a little.
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but. the israeli arrest of the palestinian lawyer. was a ploy to ensure that i would you heard would be on the phone. which mossad and the commando force adore ready bulked. abu jihad had fallen into the trap. outside the house the commandos were given the confirmation they needed to move in . the extrajudicial killing raise several questions. did israeli intelligence and the military act alone. or did they get local assistance from influential figures
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what i. say that was a. bit like that every minute all possible parts of them were. done in return method of a separate. the israeli operation had taken months of planning with a hit squad training in a replica of abu jihads villa built in haifa. the mock up was so similar that the distance from the beach to the house was exactly the same. the. same info to who a lot of posters of all do or do it. is. so the
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have a feeling. he has uncompromising politics clearly cost him his life. but it's never really been clear why the israeli government chose to wait 25 years before admitting responsibility for his killing. perhaps the passage of time was enough. to send a message to the p.l.o. in 2012 about the scale of its military reach. on tunisia's involvement there's no shortage of allegations but precious little hard evidence. the extrajudicial killing of how little was ear heard was controversial. and even with the revelations in the israeli newspaper interview still remains shrouded in mystery.
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