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Released prisoner, convicted for involvement in suicide bombings, is son and brother of “Martyrs”

Headline: “The occupation releases prisoner Zaal Abahreh after 15 years in prison”

“The Israeli occupation authorities today (Thursday) [Sept. 19, 2019] released prisoner Zaal Muhammad Taher Abahreh (i.e., terrorist, involved in planning suicide bombings), 38, from the village of Al-Yamun, west of Jenin, after 15 years in prison.

The occupation forces arrested prisoner Abahreh in 2004 and sentenced him to 15 years in prison.

Prisoner Abahreh is the son of Martyr Muhammad Abahreh (PMW was unable to determine the circumstances of his death –Ed.), who was shot by the occupation and died as a Martyr in 2008, and the brother of Martyr Warad [Abahreh] (i.e., terrorist explosives expert), who died as a Martyr in 2005.”

Zaal Abahreh – Palestinian terrorist involved in planning and smuggling materials for suicide bombings. Abahreh was arrested on Sept. 21, 2004, and sentenced to 15 years; he was released from prison on Sept. 19, 2019.


Warad Abahreh – Palestinian terrorist and member of the Islamic Jihad terror organization and Tanzim (Fatah terror faction); Abahreh was an explosives expert involved in planning and carrying out several attacks. Abahreh was killed by Israeli security forces while resisting arrest in the village of Al-Yamun, northwest of Jenin, on July 19, 2005.