Arab-Israeli convicted of murder for aiding bomber

December 29, 2005 14:26


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An Arab-Israeli man who let the Caf Hillel suicide bomber stay in his apartment was convicted of murder, attempted murder, and aiding and abetting an enemy on Thursday by the Jerusalem District Court, Israel Radio reported. Seven Israelis were killed and 64 were wounded in the attack, which took place some two years ago. The man, Amru Abed el-Azaiz, 25, from the Anata refugee camp, was a Doctorate student at Hebrew University in Jerusalem. El-Aziz gave the keys to his flat to the bomber, and while the bomber strapped the bomb to his body, told him that no one would disturb him there.

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