Man who drove Ariel suicide bomber gets three life jail terms

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August 7, 2009 13:29

 
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A military court in Samaria sentenced a man involved in a deadly terror attack in Ariel seven years ago to three consecutive life terms plus 40 years in jail. The man, Khaled Hamad, was convicted of driving a suicide bomber to the junction at the entrance to Ariel, where the latter killed three Israelis and wounded 15. The judges stressed that Hamad never expressed remorse for his actions and deserved no mercy.

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