donderdag 13 oktober 2011

Namen van vrij te laten Palestijnse gevangenen lekken uit


Het is goed nieuws dat Barghout, Saadat en enkele andere top terroristen er niet bijzitten, maar dit liegt er ook niet om. Neem bijvoorbeeld: 

·        Husam Badran, the former head of Hamas' military wing in the West Bank, who orchestrated the deadly terror attacks at the Tel Aviv Dolphinarium in 2001, at the Park Hotel in Netanya in 2002 and at the Sbarro restaurant in Jerusalem in 2001.


Dit waren alle drie vreselijke aanslagen waarbij de eerste twee tientallen onschuldige burgers, deels kinderen, werden gedood. Volgens Anja Meulenbelt en co zijn dit echter krijgsgevangenen die net zoveel recht hebben op vrijheid als Shalit. Het moreel gelijk stellen van bloedige aanslagen gericht op het doden en levenslang verminken van zoveel mogelijk onschuldige burgers met het bewaken van de grens zoals Shalit en zijn eenheid deden, is behoorlijk ziek. 





Names of prisoners in Shalit deal trickle through Arab media,7340,L-4134795,00.html

Hamas-affiliated websites, Arab media post partial lists of Palestinian prisoners included in prisoner exchange deal. List includes terrorists involved it attacks which claimed dozens of Israeli lives

Elior Levy

Latest Update: 

10.13.11, 22:45 / Israel News

Several Hamas-affiliated websites and Arab media outlets began publishing the list of Palestinian prisoners slated to be released as part of the first stage of the Shalit prisoner swap on Thursday. The full list is to be released on Sunday.


The Palestinian Maan news agency quoted a senior Palestinian official as confirming that the first stage of the deal, in which 450 prisoners would be released, is likely to take place within "10 to 14 days," while the second stage, when an additional 550 security prisoners would be released, is set to take place in two months.


The official added that "Israel will choose which prisoners to release in the second phase." 


The list, published on the Hamas-affiliated al-Aqsa TV website, includes several top Hamas leaders, such as Yehya al-Sinwar, as well as the eldest Palestinian prisoner, Sami Younis (78).


The list also includes the following prisoners:

  • Abdel Hadi Ghanem, an Islamic Jihad terrorist responsible for the 1989 terror attack on Egged bus 405, in which 16 Israelis were killed.
  • Fahad Schludi, a terror operative who took part in the 1993 abduction and murder of IDF soldier Yaron Chen.
  • Bassam Abu Sneina and Riyad Asila, who are serving a life sentence for the 1998 murder of yeshiva student Haim Kerman.
  • Nael al-Barghouthi, the longest-serving Palestinian prisoner, who was sentenced to life in prison in 1978, for murdering an Israeli security officer.
  • Yehiya As-Sinwar, who was one of the founders of Hamas' security forces in Gaza and was involved in the abduction and murder of IDF soldier Nachshon Wachsman. He is also the brother of one of the terrorists involved in Gilad Shalit's kidnapping. 
  • Jihad Yarmur, who was convicted of Nachshon Wachsman's murder.
  • Ahmed Najar, former head of the Silwad terror cell, which killed three Israelis in six shooting attacks during the al-Aqsa Intifada.
  • Mohammed Hamada, who was convicted of planning a rocket attack on Teddy Stadium in Jerusalem.

·      Ruhi Musteha, a senior operative with Hamas' military wing. 

·     Husam Badran, the former head of Hamas' military wing in the West Bank, who orchestrated the deadly terror attacks at the Tel Aviv Dolphinarium in 2001, at the Park Hotel in Netanya in 2002 and at the Sbarro restaurant in Jerusalem in 2001.

·      Muhammad Duglas, who was implicated in the Sbarro attack, and is serving 15 consecutive life sentences for the murder of 19 Israelis.



The list also includes the names of the six Israeli-Arabs slated to be release: Ali Amira, Muhammad Jabarin, Muhammad Ziada, Wahem Amisha, and Mukhales Braal.


·  For the partial list in Arabic click here


Earlier, Prime Minster Benjamin Netanyahu thanked Egyptian Defense Minister Mohammed Hussein Tantawi for Cairo's part his securing the prisoner swap.


Netanyahu praised Tantawi for Egypt's intense efforts in the case, saying: "Your assistance warms the hearts of all Israeli citizens."


Hamas Politburo Chief Khaled Mashaal reportedly arrived in Cairo on Thursday, for a meeting with Egyptian Intelligence Minister Murad Muwafi.


Egypt's State-run news agency reported that Mashaal, accompanied by a Hamas delegation, discussed the best way to implement the deal. "We thank Egypt for brokering these difficult talks," Mashaal told MENA.


Also on Thursday, the International Red Cross offered to play a neutral intermediary role in the prisoner exchange.


"We are talking to both sides about our offer. We have offered our services as a neutral intermediary to both sides," Red Cross Spokesman Marcal Izard said.



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