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PALESTINIANS LEGISLATING DEATH PENALTY FOR DISCUSSING JERUSALEM DIVISION

December 6, 2007: the Palestinian Legislative Council is expected to pass a law that would make it illegal to make any concessions on Jerusalem.
The bill, which passed its first reading on Thursday, also defines such concessions as a crime of high treason, punishable by death.
Presented by Hamas legislator Ahmed Abu Halbiyeh, the bill is expected to pass in second and third readings in the coming days.
The PLC session was boycotted by many members of the rival Fatah faction in protest of Hamas's violent takeover of the Gaza Strip last June. But many Fatah legislators have made it clear that they too support the law, which states that Jerusalem is a Palestinian, Arab and Islamic city and that it is totally forbidden to give up or conduct negotiations about any part of the city.
The bill still requires the approval of Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas, who would receive it should it pass the second and third readings.
The law would hamstring Abbas on the eve of the resumption of Israeli-Palestinian negotiations on core issues, which include the future status of Jerusalem. Hamas officials said Abbas would have no other option but to endorse the law and thus would be prevented from discussing Jerusalem if he valued his life. (Sources: Israel Insider, 06/12/2007)

SOUTH KOREA PARDONS SIX ON DEATH ROW
SOUTH KOREA MARKS 10-YEAR MORATORIUM ON DEATH PENALTY
IRAN. SUPREME COURT UPHOLDS DEATH SENTENCE FOR TEENAGE BOY
NIGERIAN STATE REFUTES AI'S SECRET EXECUTION CHARGE
MORATORIUM. RADICALS, THE HARD WORK STARTS NOW
IRAN. SIX EXECUTED AT EVIN PRISON
COURT: BARBADOS MUST ABOLISH MANDATORY DEATH PENALTY
MIDDLE EAST. ARAB PRESS IGNORES UN VOTE AGAINST DEATH PENALTY
HANDS OFF CAIN: WITH THE APPROVAL OF THE UN MORATORIUM NOW THE FOCUS GOES TO ITS IMPLEMENTATION
UN GENERAL ASSEMBLY APPROVES RESOLUTION CALLING FOR DEATH PENALTY MORATORIUM
ITALIAN 'VICTORY' IN UN DEATH PENALTY VOTE
MORATORIUM. PANNELLA, IT’S A SUCCESS FOR ALL
NEW JERSEY GOVERNOR SIGNS LAW ENDING DEATH PENALTY
IRAN. TWO AFGHAN BROTHERS HANGED
CHINA SENTENCES ONE TO DEATH FOR DRUG TRAFFICKING
NIGERIA. GOVERNMENT MISLEADS WORLD ABOUT DEATH PENALTY RECORD
VIETNAM. EIGHT SENTENCED TO DEATH FOR HEROIN TRAFFICKING
NEW JERSEY (USA). STATE ASSEMBLY VOTES TO END DEATH PENALTY
IRAN. FOUR HANGED, ONE IN PUBLIC
FINLAND SIGNS NEW EXTRADITION AGREEMENT WITH US
GABON. CONCLUSION OF HANDS OFF CAIN CONFERENCE FOR THE UN MORATORIUM ON CAPITAL PUNISHMENT
DECLARATION OF LIBREVILLE
THAILAND. ROYAL MERCY FOR THOUSANDS OF JAIL INMATES
NEW JERSEY MOVES TO ABOLISH DEATH PENALTY
MOROCCO CONSIDERS ENDING DEATH PENALTY
KUWAIT'S EMIR COMMUTES DEATH SENTENCE OF FILIPINA MAID
DEATH PENALTY. HANDS OFF CAIN CONFERENCE IN GABON FOR MORATORIUM ON EXECUTIONS
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JAPAN. THREE PRISONERS EXECUTED
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