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Palestinian Terrorist Convicted for Double-Murder, Another for Looting Victim’s Body

Wael Salaman Mohammed el-Arjeh convicted of the murder of Asher Palmer and son.

Wael Salaman Mohammed el-Arjeh convicted of the murder of Asher Palmer and son.
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A military court convicted Palestinian terrorist Wael Salaman Mohammed el-Arjeh of Hebron for the murder of Asher Palmer and his infant son Yonatan on September 23, 2011.

While driving on Highway 60 near Kiryat Arba, Al-Arjeh and his associate Ali Saadeh threw a large rock at the oncoming Palmer car, causing the car to crash, killing both father and son.

Al-Arjeh was convicted of an additional 25 counts of attempted manslaughter for other stone throwing attacks. Saadeh’s trial is still ongoing.

A third Palestinian, Shehada Awad Shehada Shatat, who was witness to the attack was sentenced for 10 months after he looted Asher Palmer’s dead body, stole Palmer’s gun, and didn’t call for medical help.

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5 Responses to “Palestinian Terrorist Convicted for Double-Murder, Another for Looting Victim’s Body”

  1. Arie's Pragmatic Politics says:

    So…how long before he goes on a hunger strike and and livni convinces netanyahu to "exile" him to Gaza.

  2. These tragedies R heartbreaking we must stop these bastards from killing our people!

  3. Lloyd Bergner says:

    Give them all a fair trial, then hang them high.

  4. Hinda Blas says:

    If Israel was to utilize the Invented People's law of Sharia – what would happen to these creeps? Should they be stoned as they stoned innocents? Would that be justified? Who would cast the first rocks? But Israel is way too nice to these creatures who should be deported to Saudi on a one way ticket. Or as Torah states to banishment to the lowest place known – lowest in human values – again I come up with Saudi Arabia – how fitting. So Israel – bring the creature to Saudi and let it thrive there. It hates life – so who cares about this one's life?

  5. Unfortunately – next week

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