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Arafat

Arafat

Arafat

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NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Robert Bennet, a reporter for The New York Times, about Yasser Arafat's significance to the Israeli-Palestinian peace process. The talk about his role in the Palestinian Authority and what his future may be now that President Bush and Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon have effectively blocked him from taking part in peace negotiations.

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