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March 9, 1989 | NORMAN KEMPSTER, Times Staff Writer
The Bush Administration issued visas Wednesday permitting three Palestine Liberation Organization officials to attend weekend meetings at Columbia University with Israeli doves, including members of the Knesset or Parliament. State Department spokesman Charles Redman said the Administration waived a 15-year-old law banning PLO members from U.S. visits because none of the three officials--Nabil Shath, Afif Safiyah and Noha Nicholas Tadros--have had "personal involvement in terrorist activity."
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March 9, 1989 | NORMAN KEMPSTER, Times Staff Writer
The Bush Administration issued visas Wednesday permitting three Palestine Liberation Organization officials to attend weekend meetings at Columbia University with Israeli doves, including members of the Knesset or Parliament. State Department spokesman Charles Redman said the Administration waived a 15-year-old law banning PLO members from U.S. visits because none of the three officials--Nabil Shath, Afif Safiyah and Noha Nicholas Tadros--have had "personal involvement in terrorist activity."
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