Sbarro terror victims plan to petition High Court

October 14, 2011 09:12


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Victims of the Sbarro terror bombing attack are planning to meet in Jerusalem on Friday morning to organize a High Court petition against the release of Palestinian prisoners.

The Almagor Victims of Terror organization told The Post that the Sbarro attack victims intend to gather at the corner of King George and Jaffa streets in the capital, close to where the August 2001 attack occurred, in order to sign a power of attorney for the petition.

The petition plans came after Hamas-affiliated TV channel  al-Aksa reported that one of the women prisoners due to be released is Ahlam Tamimi, the first woman to join the Islamist movement and the person who drove the Hamas suicide bomber who carried out the Sbarro terror attack.

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