Israel allows return of Bethlehem 'Nativity terrorists'

China Aid Association
Date:            December 6, 2007

Israel allows return of Bethlehem ‘Nativity terrorists’
Jihadists took over believed birthplace of Jesus, accused of Christian persecution
Posted: December 6, 2007
12:49 p.m. Eastern

By Aaron Klein
© 2007

Church of the Nativity in 2002 to return to Bethlehem, a top Palestinian negotiator told WND.
The terrorists, members of Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah militias, long have been accused of engaging in campaigns against Bethlehem’s Christian population. The terrorists are accused of carrying out and planning multiple attacks, including suicide bombings and deadly shootings.
Olmert is strongly considering allowing the terrorists to return as a gesture toward Abbas following last month’s U.S.-backed Annapolis summit, the Palestinian negotiator said. At Annapolis, Olmert committed to aim at concluding an agreement with the Palestinians by the end of next year in which Israel is widely expected to evacuate the West Bank and eastern sections of Jerusalem.
Mark Regev, Olmert’s spokesman, said he could not confirm the report the Nativity terrorists could return, but he also refused to deny the information.
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