Amna Muna deported to Turkey after refusing entry to Gaza

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October 19, 2011 10:04

 
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Amna Muna, a female prisoner who lured 16-year-old Ofir Rahum to Ramallah where he was murdered in 2001, was one of eleven prisoners released in the Gilad Schalit deal to go into exile in Turkey on Wednesday morning.

Muna was slated to be released to Gaza, but refused, temporarily delaying the prisoner swap on Tuesday.

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