dinsdag 4 juni 2013

In 2011 tegen Shalit geruilde Palestijn beraamt weer aanslagen

 

Er was voor gewaarschuwd, en nu komt dat helaas ook uit: de ‘zware gevallen’ die Israel in de Shalit deal vrij liet, vormen een veiligheidsrisico omdat zij hun oude ‘werkzaamheden’ weer oppakken. Zelfs vanuit Qatar, waar de betreffende terrorist naartoe werd gedeporteerd, wist hij mensen te recruteren voor Hamas en het plegen van aanslagen in Israel:

During his questioning, it became apparent that Sa'ad met with Hashem Ibrahaim Hajaz, a Hamas member sentenced to ten life sentences due to his involvement in the murder of ten Israelis between 2001 and 2003.

Hajaz, who is currently based in Qatar, was released as part of the 2011 deal, in which Israel let over 1,000 Palestinian security prisoners go, and deported.

"During their meeting [in Jordan], Sa'ad was recruited to Hamas, and instructed to advance shooting and kidnapping attacks against settlers and soldiers upon his return [to the West Bank]," the ISA said.

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Plot planned by man freed in Schalit deal thwarted

http://www.jpost.com/Defense/Terror-plot-planned-by-man-freed-in-Schalit-deal-thwarted-315268

By YAAKOV LAPPIN

06/03/2013 16:05

Security forces nab Hamas member from Ramallah who planned kidnapping, attacks under instructions of terror suspect.

 

 

 

Freed Palestinian prisoners honored entering Gaza Photo: REUTERS

Security forces arrested a Hamas member from Ramallah who planned on carrying out a kidnapping and shooting attacks, and who was operating under the instructions of a terror suspect released in the Gilad Schalit exchange and deported, the Israel Security Agency announced Monday.

The ISA named the Ramallah suspect as 26-year-old Bahar Sa'ad. He was arrested in a joint ISA, IDF and Israel Police operation in May.

During his questioning, it became apparent that Sa'ad met with Hashem Ibrahaim Hajaz, a Hamas member sentenced to ten life sentences due to his involvement in the murder of ten Israelis between 2001 and 2003.

Hajaz, who is currently based in Qatar, was released as part of the 2011 deal, in which Israel let over 1,000 Palestinian security prisoners go, and deported.

"During their meeting [in Jordan], Sa'ad was recruited to Hamas, and instructed to advance shooting and kidnapping attacks against settlers and soldiers upon his return [to the West Bank]," the ISA said.

"Sa'ad was also also instructed to recruit additional members, and agreed to travel to Sudan to undergo military training. He was arrested before he could act... He was supposed to receive four weapons from an unknown courier acting on behalf of Hajaz," it added.

The ISA said the investigation showed how once again ex-prisoners released in the 2011 deal return to terrorism, and attempt to secure the release of additional security prisoners.

 

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