Terrorists freed for Gilad Shalit resume terror activities

Well there is a surprise. Not. Data compiled by the defense establishment indicate that dozens of the Palestinian prisoners who were released a year ago as part of the deal that freed IDF soldier Gilad Shalit have resumed terrorist activity.

The deal’s first round saw the release of 477 security prisoners, 209 of whom were deported to the Gaza Strip. According to the data, which was released by Yedioth Ahronoth on Wednesday, many of the Gaza deportees have joined Hamas’ leadership, while others are actively developing weapons and firing rockets on Israel. Furthermore, some are recruiting new terror cells in the West Bank, including one Hebron cell that planted a bomb in Jerusalem and planned to kidnap an IDF soldier.

Over the past year Israel has arrested 40 released Palestinians in the West Bank on suspicion of rioting, throwing Molotov cocktails, transferring funds for terrorist acts and other violations. Twenty-four of them – including two women – are still under arrest. One has been tried and incarcerated. Read more


3 responses to “Terrorists freed for Gilad Shalit resume terror activities”

  1. Lynne says :

    I am absolutely not surprised. A leopard does not change its spots. It is sad to me that these brain-washed, deranged people are not living the only lives that they have in a normal, fulfilling way, and they are making others suffer.

  2. Mike says :

    Well, who could have predicted that. (Sorry for the sarcasm.)

  3. Lynne says :

    Mike, yes, you are right; it would have been surprising if they did not continue their terrorist activities.

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