Arab-Israeli sentenced to 6 years over Hamas terror cell

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May 19, 2011 17:15

 
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A resident of the Arab town of Faradis, in the Haifa area, was sentenced to six years in prison on Thursday for attempting to set up a Hamas terrorism cell.

Islam Marai, 26, was convicted of holding contacts with a Hamas operative, facilitating an illegal association, and providing room and board and transport to a foreign citizen. He was sentenced at the Haifa District Court.

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