Haifa: 3 men indicted on planning bombing attack

Three former Palestinians whose families collaborated with Israel were indicted at the Haifa District Court on Thursday on charges of preparing explos

By DAVID RUDGE
October 20, 2005 17:50

 
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Three former Palestinians whose families collaborated with Israel were indicted at the Haifa District Court on Thursday on charges of preparing explosive devices and conspiracy to commit a crime. Anan Agbari, 22, Ines Shatiya, 23, and Abdullah Abu Samra, 20, all residents of Haifa, allegedly intended to carry out a so-called family honor killing. Originally, it was suspected that the suspects had planned to use the pipe bombs they had manufactured to carry out a terrorist attack.



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