IDF indicts alleged 'mastermind' of Tel Aviv bus bombing

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January 2, 2013 12:19

 
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The IDF Prosecutor on Wednesday filed an indictment against the alleged “mastermind” of the Tel Aviv bus bombing which injured 24 passengers during Operation Pillar of Defense with the West Bank Military Court of Yehuda.

The indictment alleges that Ahmad Salah Ahmad Musa, a 25-year-old resident of Beit Likya headed the terror cell and was the mastermind of the attack.

Musa is charged with attempted murder, conspiracy to commit murder, dealing in weapons and materials for war, creating an explosive, membership in an illegal organization and incitement, among other things.

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