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Friday, June 30, 2006

Palestinian female prisoners have 'blood on their hands'

As many of you know already, Hamas has demanded the release of all female prisoners and prisoners under the age of 18 who are held in Israeli jails in return for 'information' regarding kidnapped Israeli corporal Gilad Shalit. Who are these prisoners? One such prisoner is Ahlam Tamimi.

Ahlam Tamimi, a female journalist of Jordanian descent residing in Ramallah, transported the suicide terrorist, a Hamas operative, who carried out the suicide bombing attack at Sbarro restaurant in the heart of Jerusalem on August 9, 2001. Tamimi was also involved in gathering intelligence for the planned suicide bombing attack. Ahlam Tamimi was also responsible for setting an explosive charge camouflaged in a beer can at a supermarket in Jerusalem on July 30, 2001.

According to an article in today's Toronto Globe & Mail, of the 91 women and 313 minors in Israeli jails, 64 of the women and 91 of the minors have blood on their hands.

Some of the other women in Israeli jails include:

Amani Mona, a female journalist and Fatah operative from Ramallah, who assisted in the kidnapping and murder of Israeli teenager Ofir Rahum, whom she lured to Ramallah through an internet correspondence.

Nablus resident Iman Asha, whom Hamas attempted to use to set an explosive charge in the Tel Aviv Central Bus station on August 3, 2001.

Palestinian children in Israeli jails are boys between the ages of 13 and 18. Most of them were jailed for carrying knives at Israeli military checkpoints or throwing Molotov cocktails at Israeli military jeeps in the West Bank.

Recently it was revealed that some 'Palestinian' boys are deliberately trying to get arrested by Israeli forces by carrying knives or simple bombs. The youths are poor and living under great duress, some in cities such as Nablus that have been under siege for extended periods.


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