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Homecoming for Prisoners Planned at Muqata.

RAMALLAH, October 17, 2011 (WAFA) -- A homecoming celebration is planned on Tuesday for the released prisoners at the presidential headquarters in Ramallah, the Muqata, according to officials.

The prisoners who will arrive in the West Bank through the Beitunia checkpoint, southwest of Ramallah, will be taken in buses from Ofer military camp, where they will be gathered, to the Muqata for the celebration. They are expected to arrive in the Muqata at 10 in the morning.

President Mahmoud Abbas is going to speak to the prisoners and their families before each one will go home for celebrations there as well.

The public employees union has announced suspension of work in all public institutions as of 10 Tuesday morning to allow employees to participation in the prisoners' celebrations.


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Date:Oct 17, 2011
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