Wife of Har Nof synagogue terrorist to have Israeli residency revoked

November 26, 2014 13:11

Nadia Abu Jamal, the wife of one of the terrorists in the November 18 terror attack on a Har Nof synagogue in Jerusalem, will have her Israeli residency rights revoked, according to a decision by Interior minister Gilad Erdan.

"Everyone who is involved in terror needs to take into account the affects it could have on family members as well," Erdan said.   Under the Family Unification Law, Abu Jamal, who is a Palestinian Authority citizen, was allowed to live in Israel because her husband was a permanent resident of Israel.

She will be forced to leave the country and forfeit any future monetary and social allowances from the state.

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