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December 08, 1987

A Palestinian-American activist fighting to remain in Israel appealed to Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir to meet with him before he decides on his appeal. Mubarak Awad, a Jerusalem-born U.S. citizen, said he wrote Shamir offering to explain how his Palestinian Center for the Study of Non-Violence sought to end Israeli occupation of the West Bank and Gaza. "I said to Shamir . . . I am willing to help work for a peaceful resolution without the killing of any individual in this conflict," Awad, 44, told Reuters news service.

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