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Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Two 'Palestinian' terrorist murderers escape 'prison'

The 'Palestinian' terrorists who murdered Ahikam Amihi and Yehuda Rubin HY"D (pictured, top left) near Hebron in December have 'escaped' from a 'Palestinian Authority' 'prison.' This is the third such 'escape' in the last two months. The two terrorists, a 'Palestinian policeman' and a Fatah member, were 'convicted' of harming the interests of the fictitious 'Palestinian people' in a Kangaroo court in January after the government decided not to allow the IDF to pursue them. And don't hold your breath waiting for the Olmert-Barak-Livni government to reconsider that decision either. They have more important things to worry about. Like throwing Jews out of their homes. Here's more from Arutz Sheva:
The Arab terrorists who murdered two young Jewish men at Nahal Telem in the Hevron area in January [Should be December - it was December 28. CiJ] escaped a Palestinian Authority prison on Tuesday.


Israeli security experts expressed doubts about the veracity of the escape story, which has been used repeatedly to cover the PA’s release of terrorists in its custody.
Why do the 'security experts' - presumably from within the government - immediately assume the report is false? Because the government won't let the IDF pursue the terrorists!
Two similar “escapes” occurred last month, both in the PA-controlled city of Shechem, in northern Samaria.

Fourteen Fatah terrorists, including Mahdi Abu Ghazale, commander of Fatah’s Al Aksa Martyrs’ Brigades “Night Horsemen” gang, escaped, apparently with the cooperation of the prison officials who were guarding them, on February 21.

Israeli defense officials warned the PA to re-arrest the terrorists within 24 hours or the IDF would hunt them down. The next day the “escapees” turned themselves in to PA authorities just as the IDF began a large counterterrorism operation in the city.

Two weeks prior, on February 8, two terrorists escaped from the same prison, according to the Bethlehem-based Ma’an news agency. The two were members of Fatah’s Al Aksa Martys’ Brigades and Islamic Jihad terrorist organizations.

Both were serving a 90-day jail term, after which they were to be freed under an agreement between Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and PA Chairman and Fatah leader Mahmoud Abbas. The agreement was part of the Olmert government’s fugitive amnesty program, one of the numerous “good will gestures” to the PA as part of the effort to prop up the Abbas government.
So has the IDF demanded that these murderers turn themselves in? No! After all the soldiers who were murdered were only 'settlers!'


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