Corruption charges against Dahlan dismissed

A Palestinian court dismisses a high-profile corruption case against exiled Gaza strongman Mohammed Dahlan, one of his lawyers tells AFP.

Speaking after the hearing, Sevag Torossian says the Ramallah-based corruption court had ruled that the charges against Dahlan — once a leading figure in the Palestinian Fatah movement — were “inadmissable,” in a move the lawyer hailed as a “great victory.”

Mohammed Dahlan in 2006. (photo credit: Michal Fattal/Flash90)
Mohammed Dahlan in 2006. (photo credit: Michal Fattal/Flash90)


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