Israel publishes partial list of terrorists it refuses to release

Posted: March 17, 2009 by Jonathan Boyko in Gilad Shalit, Hamas, Israel, Terrorism

Ramallah LynchingNo commentaries from me here, but news are important: Israel decided to release a partial list of terrorists it refuses to release in order to release Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit.

Here goes the list:

# Ibrahim Hamed

Head of the Hamas military wing in the West Bank city of Ramallah. He was charged with planning terror attacks in which 36 Israelis were murdered, including the attacks on the Cafe Moment and Hebrew University cafeteria, both in Jerusalem.

His trial is ongoing.

# Hassan Salama

Head of Hamas’ Jerusalem branch, respomsible for two suicide bombings on the city’s No. 18 bus in 1996 and for a suicide bombing in Ashkelon the same year.

He was arrested following the attacks and sentenced to 49 life sentences.

# Abdullah Barghouti

Senior bombmaker for Hamas’ military wing in the West Bank. He was convicted of planning terror attacks in which 66 Israelis were murdered and hundreds hurt, including the attack on a Sbarro restaurant in Jerusalem.

He was sentenced to 67 life terms in 2003.

# Abbas Sayid

Head of the Hamas military wing in Tul Karm. He was convicted of planning terror attacks in which 35 Israelis were murdered and hundreds hurt, including the attack on the Park Hotel in Netanya in 2002.

Sayid was sentenced to 35 life terms in 2006.

# Mahand Sharim

Sayed’s deputy, involved in planning the suicide attack on the Park Hotel in Netanya in 2002.

# Ra’ad Hutri

One of the masterminds of the attack on the Dolphinarium in Tel Aviv, which killed 22 young Israelis. He was also involved in suicide attacks in Neve Yamin and at the Bar Ilan Bridge.

# Jamal Abu al-Haiga

Hamas’ leader in Jenin, sentenced to nine life terms for his involvement in suicide bombings at the Hadera Mall, at the Sbarro restaurant in Jerusalm. He also planned a number of other attacks from his home in Jenin.

# Muath Bilal

Sentenced to 26 life sentences for the deaths of 26 Israelis. He was involved in suicide bombings at the Mahane Yehuda market in Jerusalem and on the Ben Yehuda pedestrian mall in 1997.

# Bahij Badr

Responsible for the death of 18 Israelis in suicide bombing in Tzrifin, at the Hillel Cafe in Jerusalem and in south Tel Aviv.

Israel has also released list of terrorists it is willing to release into exile:

# Saeed Badarna

Given life sentence for involvement in suicide bombing at Hadera Central Bus Station, in which five Israelis were killed. He was also involved in shooting and bombing attacks across the West Bank.

Abed al-Latif Shakir

Fatah militant, over 50 years old, given life sentence for his involvement in the murder of Israeli Defense Forces soldier Akiva Shaltiel in 1995 and for planting an explosive device at a cinema in Tel Aviv in 1986.

# Nasser Nazl

Hamas militant who sent a suicide bomber to the Bar Ilan Bridge, killing one Israeli.

# Zeir al-Kilani

Given life sentence for planting explosives on Allenby Street and at the Dolphinarium Beach in Tel Aviv. He was also responsible for detonating a bomb inside a taxi at the Ben-Ami Junction, killing one Israeli.

# Mohammed al-Karm

Hamas militant sentenced to 15 life terms for his role as mastermind of a suicide bombing on a Haifa bus in 2001, in which 15 Israelis died.

# Walid al-Najs

Given 26 life terms for involvement in planning suicide bombings and for deploying the explosives used in attempted attacks in central Israel.

# Ibramim Shmasana

Participated in the murders of the youths Ronen Karmani and Lior Tovol in 1990, and in the murder of taxi driver Rafi Doron in the same year.

# Iad Shladala

Hamas activist who killed Sasson Nuriel following his kidnap in 2005.

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