Sufian Abu Zaida

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Sufian Abu Zaida is a Palestinian leader.

Member of Fatah and the PLO and former minister, for prisoner affairs, in the Palestinian authority.[1] served twelve years in an Israeli jail(1981-1993) and known at the time as the prisoners spokesman.

Biography[edit]

early life[edit]

born in Jebalia, Gaza. after finishing high school joined the Fatah movement. Arrested by Israel at age 21 and accused membership in terror organization, recruiting to terror organization and holding armfire.

Israeli jail[edit]

during Fatah–Hamas battle in Gaza[edit]

views[edit]

democracy[edit]

known as opposer to Mahmud Abbas, Abu Zaida claims that the face that no there is lack of Separation of powers and that Abbas took to himself too much power. with the fact that no presidential elections had been conducted since 2006 in the Palestine Authority Abu Zaida claims lack of minimal democratic rights in Palestine.[2]

Fatah-Hamas conflict[edit]

peace process[edit]

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