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Reflections on Samir Kuntar

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By Darko Lazar

It almost feels like it was yesterday that thousands of ecstatic Lebanese gathered in Beirut’s southern suburbs to welcome home the longest serving Arab prisoner in an “Israeli” jail. 

Hours earlier on that hot summer day in 2008, the lenses of the global media were focused on the tarmac of Beirut’s international airport. That’s where Samir Quntar was flown in by helicopter after twenty-eight years in an Israeli prison cell.

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