Israeli Military Tribunal Sentences Two Convicted Saboteurs to Life Imprisonment
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Israeli Military Tribunal Sentences Two Convicted Saboteurs to Life Imprisonment

Two convicted saboteurs were sentenced to life imprisonment by a military tribunal in Tulkarem today. They are Rahman Abdul Rahman Aduwan, 25, a student at the Nablus English College and Mouhamad Moustafa Taha, 20, a construction worker who once worked in Tel Aviv. A large cache of arms and ammunition was found in the garden of Aduwan’s home. Both were residents of Kalkilya. The pair was found guilty of planting explosives in a synagogue in Kfar Saba. They were also found guilty of sabotaging a water carrier near Kibbutz Nir Eliyahu and planting explosives in the Kalkiiya branch of the Bank Leumi.