Jenin man sentenced to lifetime hard labor for collaboration
Published Tuesday 27/11/2012 (updated) 27/11/2012 20:30
West Bank court in session. (MaanImages/File)
NABLUS (Ma'an) -- A Nablus court on Tuesday sentenced a Palestinian man to a lifetime of hard labor for collaborating with Israel.
The 21-year-old man from Qabatiya in Jenin, identified by his initials J.A., was convicted of serving a hostile army and of providing Israeli agents with information about Palestinian fugitives who were eventually killed by Israeli forces, a Ma'an reporter said.
He was sentenced to a lifetime of hard labor for serving the enemy under article 110 of the Palestinian Basic Law, and received another life sentence of hard labor for premeditated murder under article 327.