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Israel stops ex-prisoner from traveling to Jordan
Published Friday 18/05/2012 (updated) 19/05/2012 20:12
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Nizar and Ahlam Tamimi married in 2007 while in Israeli prisons.
BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) -- Israeli forces prevented an ex-detainee from traveling to Jordan on Friday to visit his wife, a PA official said.

Deputy Prisoners Minister Ziad Abu Ain said that Israeli forces had prevented Nizar al-Tamimi from crossing the Allenby bridge.

The ex-prisoner, who was released as part of the prisoner swap between Hamas and Israel last year, was en route to see his wife, Ahlam al-Tamimi.

Al-Tamimi was given a permit which allowed him to leave the occupied West Bank as part of the prisoner swap, his wife told Ma'an.

The former prisoners married in 2007, while they were both in Israeli jails. Ahlam was sentenced to 16 life sentences and Nizar to one life sentence.

They were both released as part of the prisoner swap last year, with Ahlam exiled to Jordan.

Over 1,000 Palestinian prisoners were freed in October 2011 in exchange for captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit.
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1 ) ronen / israel
18/05/2012 20:07
how romantic.. a murderer wedding

2 ) justice / Canada
18/05/2012 22:05
Unbelievable the sadistic behaviour of the Israeli occupiers.

3 ) matt / usa
18/05/2012 23:09
In the USA we would call this a parole violation. ( if in fact he crossed ) in canada they have that to. @ 2
if he doesnt like the conditions of his release he can go back and serve the remaining time of his sentence. besides his wife was one of the people responsible for killing 16 people. she should have been excecuted

4 ) carine / UK
19/05/2012 00:03
Well, what can you expect from a bunch of sadistic criminals. It was expected that Israel would renege on the promises they made.

5 ) carine / UK
19/05/2012 13:18
#3 - "Al-Tamimi was given a permit which allowed him to leave the occupied West Bank as part of the prisoner swap...." A deal was made, but as I said in my post #4...

6 ) Business / Israel
19/05/2012 22:23
How dare Israel prevent a convicted murderer from visiting his confederates so he can plan new murders? Of course, he can leave but if he does, he cannot come back. I say that he and his murderer wife can go live in the UK. Perhaps next to Carine. But don't upset them Carine, they have their own way of dispute resolution.
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