Palestinian indicted for involvement in TA bombing

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February 18, 2007 10:41

 
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A military court indicted on Sunday West Bank resident Mohand Salamma for his alleged involvement in the April 2006 suicide bombing at a Tel Aviv shwarma stand that killed 8 Israelis and Florida teenager Daniel Wultz. Scores were wounded in the attack during the Pesach holiday week. Islamic Jihad claimed responsibility for the bombing that ripped through the Rosh Ha'ir shwarma stand on Rehov Salome in the southern Tel Aviv neighborhood of Neveh Sha'anan, not far from the old Tel Aviv central bus station. Israeli security forces have killed several members of the terror cell from the Tulkarm area, including mastermind Elias Ashkar, cut down by elite border policemen in May of last year

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