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Mohammad Taha (Arabic: محمد طه) is a co-founding member of the Palestinian military group Hamas, who was arrested by the IDF in 2003. On May 5, 2004, after being held 14 months without trial, the 68-year-old Taha was released back to Gaza. His son, Ayman Taha, is a spokesman and former fighter for Hamas in the Gaza Strip.
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