The case was first filed 11 years ago, but because Rajoub was not physically present it was withdrawn.
The men were not directly accused of a connection with the March 24 assassination of senior military commander Mazen Fuqaha.
The killer shouted "Allahu Akbar!" as he stabbed her while she lay sleeping in her bed.
ADL: "Such a situation cannot be acceptable in Sweden today. This local crime and its consequence should be a national issue."
Normally, the names of Americans not targeted in surveillance operations are supposed to be "masked" or redacted.
Emphasizing "there was no hatred" behind the calls, the boy's father said it was the "illness" that pushed him.
'Starting now, there will be no more enforcement against long-standing construction.'
The police did not respond to the threats of physical harm.
While looking for weapons in the village the police found the suitcase full of money.
At least two vehicles were damaged in Arab terrorist stoning attacks, leading to smashed windshields.
Both suspects, Hasnin Zahnir and Sami Abed Fatiha, are da'is, "charitable workers for Islamic organizations."
Forty of the 50 graves in the tiny 18th century Jewish cemetery were desecrated. The last time, the perpetrators were caught but not punished.
In his apology, the Imam said: 'I am filled with great remorse for the inconvenience, tension and trauma that I have caused to this peaceful country.'
Both Friday's and Saturday's attacks involved 'lone wolves,' and are not an indication of emerging organized attacks.
The FBI has more than 63 overseas offices, or legal attachés, and each relies heavily on local law enforcement agencies for support.
The Krakow court fined them $665 each and ordered them to donate $2,000 to a memorial fund for Auschwitz survivors and their families.
“We are looking forward to continued collaboration with government at all levels."
According to the prosecution, Thompson used fake email accounts with his ex-girlfriend's name to send the bomb threats.
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Despite their waxing philosophical, the justices did rule clearly, for the first time, that the Protection of Holy Places Law includes the Temple Mount.