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Marwan Barghouti, the West bank chief of Yasser Arafat's Fatah movement rice his handcuff hands in the courtroom on the opening day of his court case at Tel Aviv's District Court, August 14,2002. Israel charged Marwan Barghouti, the detained leader of Fatah's Tanzim militia in the West Bank and leader of the Palestinian uprising, with murder, incitement to murder, attempted murder, conspiracy, membership in a terrorist organization acting as accessory to murder, and activity in a terrorist organization. Photo by Quique Kierszenbaum