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Calls Rise for Non-Violent Intifada

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Calls Rise for Non-Violent Intifada

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Calls Rise for Non-Violent Intifada

Calls Rise for Non-Violent Intifada

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Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qureia this week called for an end to suicide attacks, saying they had destroyed the image of the Palestinian struggle. Last week, a broad-based group of Palestinians called for an intifada of civil disobedience. Palestinians seem increasingly willing to consider non-violent resistance to the Israeli occupation of the West Bank and Gaza. NPR's Julie McCarthy reports.

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