BBC promotes terrorist murderer of 15 Israelis
BBC Arabic host: "Ahlam Tamimi, the Jordanian prisoner of Palestinian origin… has returned to the headlines following the expulsion of her husband Nizar to Doha [Qatar]… The story of the relationship between these two people is that they first met in the Israeli military courtroom, and were engaged inside the prisons… After their release as part of a prisoner exchange deal in 2011… they got married and settled in Amman [Jordan]…When Ahlam spoke [on Jordanian radio] about the decision to expel her husband, and about her rights, and when she directed an appeal to [Jordan’s] king to solve her problem, the broadcasters cut off the call … The staff of the [BBC] program Trending reached out to Ahlam to hear her appeal to the Jordanian king, which was cut off ... Let’s listen.”
Released terrorist, led suicide bomber to target. 15 people murdered, Ahlam Tamimi: "I, Jordanian citizen Ahlam Tamimi, turn once again to His Majesty King Abdullah II in order to be united with my husband Nizar Tamimi on the blessed land of Jordan. It is my right to be beside my husband…"
She was born in Zarqa in Jordan to Palestinian parents in 1980
She was the first woman who joined the Al-Qassam Brigades, Hamas’ military wing
The Israeli forces arrested her in 2001
She was accused of participating in the bombing operation at the Sbarro restaurant in Jerusalem
She was sentenced to 16 life sentences that add up to 1,584 years…
She and her husband were released in a deal that included 1,047 (sic., 1,027) Palestinian prisoners…
In 2013 she was put on the wanted terrorists’ list of the US Department of Justice due to her involvement in the murder of Americans…
The Jordanian authorities have rejected America’s extradition requests.
Video title on BBC’s YouTube channel: “#BBC_Trending – a radio station cut off a phone call with Ahlam Tamimi because of her appeal to King of Jordan [Abdullah II] during a live broadcast”
Video description on BBC’s YouTube channel: “‘Ahlam Tamimi, your voice is loud’ – responses of solidarity on Jordanian and Palestinian sites with Palestinian Ahlam Tamimi.”
Ahlam and Nizar Tamimi - Palestinian terrorists: Ahlam led a suicide bomber to the Sbarro pizza shop in Jerusalem who murdered 15 people, 7 of them children, and wounded 130 on Aug. 9, 2001, and was sentenced to 16 life sentences. Nizar was involved in the murder of Haim Mizrahi on Oct. 23, 1993, and was sentenced to 1 life sentence. Both were released as part of the Shalit prisoner exchange deal between the Israeli government and Hamas. In that deal, Israel released 1,027 Palestinian prisoners in exchange for Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, who had been held hostage by Hamas for more than 5 years.) Ahlam and Nazir Al-Tamimi succeeded in marrying while in prison by passing marriage documents back and forth which they both signed.
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