You want a name? Here's a name - Amna Muna, a female prisoner who lured 16-year-old Ofir Rahum to Ramallah where he was murdered in 2001.
I'm sure Ms. Muna's mother loves her.
You may not know their names, but you know their deeds - blowing up school buses filled with children, blowing up restaurants filled with adults, and blowing up families sitting down to dinner. Not to mention knifings, shootings and more.
You want names? here are some names:
Ibrahim Hamed: Shin Bet attributes the murder of 90 Israelis to Hamed; among other attacks, he was responsible for three attacks in Jerusalem - at Café Moment, the Hebrew University and in Zion Square. He is also behind several shooting attacks across the West Bank.
Abdullah Barghouti: Another key name on the newly released list, Barghouti is Hamed's partner. Barghouti constructed the devices which were used in the attacks on the Sheffield Club in Rishon Letzion, at the Hebrew University, Café Moment, Zion Square, and in Tel Aviv's deadly Bus 5 suicide bombing. In 2004, Barghouti was convicted of the murder of 66 Israelis.
Mohammad Arman: Another accomplice of Hamed and Barghouti, Arman enlisted the Silwan terror squad that executed the bombings themselves, briefed them, and supplied them with bombs.
Hassan Salameh: Salameh was convicted of initiating twin simultaneous attacks in an Ashkelon bus station and on bus number 18 in Jerusalem. A week later, he was responsible for another attack on another bus 18. He was convicted for the murders of 46 Israelis.
Salameh has been in solitary confinement since his arrest. He is considered to be a revered figure in Gaza, and one of the founders of Hamas' military wing.
Ahmed Saadat: The secretary-general of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, Saadat's activities include ordering the murder of former Israeli minister Rehavam Ze'evi.
In the meantime, Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutog is calling these acts "alleged crimes". I wonder what HIS mother thinks?
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