Who Are the Female Prisoners Released for Shalit Tape?

By Haaretz Service

Published October 02, 2009.
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Israel on Wednesday released the list of 20 female prisoners released in exchange for a current sign of life from abducted Israel Defense Forces soldier Gilad Shalit.The list does not include any prisoners with blood on their hands and all those on the list were set for release within less than two years.

1) Ayat Kisi - Sentenced to one year and eight months for attempted murder. Original release date: November 18, 2009.

2) Rojena Riyad Mohammed Jinajira - Sentenced to three years for conspiracy and attempted murder. Original release date: June 9, 2011.

3) Rimat abu Ayisha - Sentenced to nine months for membership in a banned organization. Original release date: November 13, 2009.

4) Haba Assad Halil Alantasha - Sentenced to three years and four months for attempted murder. Original release date: March 03, 2011.

5) Samud Abdullah Halil- Sentenced to one year and eight months for attacking a soldier and possession of a knife with the intent to cause bodily harm. Original release date: December 15, 2009.

6) Mimouna Javrin - Detained without bail pending trial for attempted murder and possession of a weapon with the intent to cause bodily harm.

7) Jihad Abu-Turki - Sentenced to one year and three months for attempted murder and possession of a weapon with the intent to cause bodily harm. Original release date: May 24, 2011.

8) Barah Malki - Sentenced to eleven months for attempted murder and assault of a police officer in the line of duty. Original release date: November 11, 2009.

9) Lila Mohammed Tzalah al-Buhari - Sentenced to eight years and four months for attempted murder. Original release date: October 31, 2010.

10) Fatima Yunus al-Zak - Held without bail pending trial for charges of undergoing paramilitary training, attempted murder, and possession of a weapon.

11) Nifin Halil Abdallah Dak - sentenced to three and a half years for attempted murder. Original release date: January 01, 2010.

12) Kafah Bahash - Sentenced to a year and a half for assaulting a soldier. Original release date: July 02, 2010.

13) Linan Yusuf Abu Ghulma - Sentenced to six years for attempted murder and carrying a concealed weapon. Original release date: September 08, 2010.

14) Shirin Mohammed Hasan - Sentenced to three years and nine months for attempted murder. Original release date: March 04, 2010.

15) Sana’a Tzalah Hagargah - Sentenced to two years in prison for attempted murder and possession of a weapon. Original release date: August 05, 2010.

16) Sabeena Ziad Mohammed Manal - Sentenced to seven years for membership in a banned organization, conspiracy and attempted murder. Original release date: November 19, 2010.

17) Zahoor Abed Hamdan - Sentenced to eight years for attempted murder. Original release date: May 15, 2011.

18) Hiam Ahmed Yusuf Ba’id - Sentenced to three years and four months for membership in a banned organization. Original release date: May 07, 2010.

19) Nahad Farhat Daghra - Held without bail pending trial for assaulting a soldier and possession of a weapon.

20) Najuah Abed Alghani - Held without bail pending trial for membership in an illegal organization and disturbing the peace






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