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October 30, 2013 4:11 PM

Jailed at 17, just-released Palestinian plans a quiet life

Haza’a Muhammed Saadi, from Jenin in the northern West Bank, was No 10 on the list of Palestinian prisoners to be released by Israel as part of peace negotiations. Saadi was jailed for life in 1985 for his alleged part in killing two Israeli schoolteachers.

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