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Israel names pre-Oslo prisoners set for release
Published Sunday 29/12/2013 (updated) 30/12/2013 09:45
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Israel has freed 52 veteran prisoners since peace talks began.
BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) – The Israeli prison service published Saturday night on its website a list of 26 veteran Palestinian prisoners slated to be released Monday as a third group of prisoners who have been detained before the Oslo Accords of 1994.

1. Adnan Yusuf Muhammad al-Afandi
2. Ahmad Shehadah Farid Shehadah
3. Ramadan Udah Muhammad Yaqub
4. Muhammad Ahmad Mustafa Afanah
5. Faysal Mahmoud Mustafa Abu al-Rub
6. Ahmad Ali Awad Kamil
7. Bilal Mustafa Ibrahim Damrah
8. Jamal Ibrahim Khalid Abu Muhsin
9. Said Muhammad Rushdi Tamimi
10. Osama Kamil Khalid Silawi
11. Mukhlis Abdul-Raziq Sidqi Sawaftah
12. Nasser Mustafa Fawzi Barham
13. Nuaman Ahmad Yusuf al-Shalabi
14. Ayman Anees Muhammad Jaradat
15. Naim Muhammad Yunus Shawamrah
16. Salman Muhammad Mahmoud
17. Jamal Ibrahim Ahmad Abu Jamal
18. Ibrahim Mahmoud Fayiz Abu Aliu
19. Rami Zaki Jawdat Barbakh
20. Ahmad Mustafa Jumaa Khalaf
21. Bilal Yusuf Ahmad Abu Hussein
22. Yasin Muhammad Abu Khdeir
23. Mahmoud Muhammad Nofal Daajnah
24. Ibrahim Ahmad Khalil Salah
25. Mahmoud Ata Muaammar
26. Ibrahim Hilmi Lutfi Taqtuq

Ofir Gendelman, a spokesman of for the Israeli prime minister’s office, said the prisoners would be released at least 48 hours after the list had been made public.

He reiterated that an Israeli ministerial committee which ratified the list stressed that if released prisoners resume “aggressive attacks” they will be sent back to jail and serve their original sentences.

Ahead of the announcement, Israeli military radio said that Israel planned to announce the construction of 1,400 new settlement homes in the occupied West Bank to coincide with the release.

Israel agreed to release 104 veteran Palestinian prisoners who have been in custody since before the 1993 Oslo Accords as part of a plan to resume peace negotiations after talks were halted for more than two years.

The release of two dozen Palestinian prisoners on Dec. 29 is the third part of that four-stage deal, and Israel has already released 52 prisoners in two previous rounds.

The last batch are expected to be released in March 2014.
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1 ) Brian Cohen / Israel
29/12/2013 10:57
Almost all convicted of murder, mostly of civilians and of fellow Palestinians "suspected" of collaboration. What does murdering a "suspected collaborator" mean? It means these guys kidnapped, brutally tortured, then murdered Palestinians they suspected of being collaborators. Ex-judicial gang killings, sanctioned and approved by the PA. The pro-Palestinian crowd supports these "prisoners" and thus endorses ex-judicial killings. Shame on all of you. You disgust the civilized world.

2 ) spb / us
29/12/2013 14:05
All good choices have the right to return to prison

3 ) southparkbear / usa
29/12/2013 14:54
let's hope PA reciprocates and build 26 licensed apartments for these terrorists. Israel for its part is building very few more houses about 1400 to balance the security need resulting from the release

4 ) E / usa
29/12/2013 18:43
Its very sad that these terrorists got released. May god be with the victims families. I don't know if u guys heard but on brighter side israel voted to annex jordan valley so palestinians can only celebrate may be never

5 ) jesse / usa
29/12/2013 18:52
Lets not forget al the allowances and money these heroes will get. all the while their citizens are starving

6 ) Sandy Cheyne / UK
29/12/2013 21:39
Convicted of murder, yes, but they murdered without the use of F16 fighter planes, assault helicopters, naval vessels or white phosphorus. There are two sides to this story, Brian Cohen, and you would do well to try and see both, as I do from a position of neutrality, being neither Jewish or Palestinian. I am Scottish, and the way I see it the Palestinians are fighting for their very existence, while the Zionists are fighting to deprive them of their existence.
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