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Topic - Anwar Raja
A Palestinian militant group that's based in Syria has received the thumbs-up from President Bashar Assad to launch an attack against Israel, the organization's spokesman said on Tuesday.
Anwar Raja, a Palestinian official in Syria, said a number of elderly people also were to be evacuated from Yarmouk.
The plan is to launch the attacks from areas of Golan Heights that are controlled by Syria, he said, in the AP report.