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January 1, 2015 1:44 pm

Palestinian Terrorist Behind Murder of Three Abducted Teens Convicted

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Husam Qawasmeh was convicted for the murder of Israeli teens Gil-ad Shaer, Naftali Frenkel and Eyal Yifrach. Photo: IDF.

JNS.org – Husam Qawasmeh, the Palestinian terrorist who planned kidnapping and murder of Israeli teens Gil-ad Shaer, Naftali Frenkel and Eyal Yifrach last June, was convicted in a military court on Wednesday on all charges against him.

Qawasmeh admitted to planning the attack that was carried out on June 12 by Marwan Qawasmeh and Amer Abu Aisheh. The attack was funded by a 200,000 shekel ($51,000) transfer from Husam Qawasmeh’s brother, Mahmoud Qawasmeh, a Hamas operative who was released from Israeli prison in the 2011 Gilad Schalit swap deal and deported to the Gaza Strip.

Husam Qawasmeh admitted to purchasing the weapon used in the attack and also helping to bury the bodies of the murdered teens in a field north of Hebron. Additionally, he said he helped remove evidence from the burial site.

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  • Israel lost the grand potential of these three most excellent young men. The Muslim lunatics wasted a fortune killing people who might have grown up and provided vast improvement for the Arabs living in Israel and Palestine. How Long, O’ L-ord Creator of Eternity will it be before these people recognize their mistakes and seek unity with You and the Jewish People?

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  • charlie johnson

    He should be dipped in a large container of clear epoxy then allowed to dry and be placed on a pedestal as a statue and serve as a monument to the murder of children.The field they buried the children would be a good location for the monument.

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