Two Israeli citizens sentenced to prison for planning to join ISIS

November 14, 2016 15:39


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Two northern Israeli residents from Nazareth and Shibli–Umm al-Ghanam were sentenced on Monday to between 30 months to three years in prison for attempting to join ISIS, Channel 10 reported Monday.

Mohammed Hassan, 30, from Nazareth, was sentenced to 30 months and another 12 on probation and Ahmed Saideh a resident of Shibli–Umm al-Ghanam was sentenced to three years and another 12 months on probation.

Both were also sentenced for attempting a terror attack.

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