Apr. 18, 2017
Why Is Marwan Barghouti in Prison? (Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
Palestinian terrorist leader Marwan Barghouti was head of the Fatah supreme committee in the West Bank and leader of the Al-Aqsa Brigades, which between September 2000 and April 2002 carried out thousands of terror attacks against Israel.
The following are some of the more heinous terror attacks for which he is responsible:
- Jun 12, 2001 – The murder of a Greek Orthodox monk on the road to Ma’ale Adumim.
- Jan 17, 2002 – The shooting attack during a bat mitzva celebration at a banquet hall in Hadera. Six Israelis were killed in this attack, 26 were injured.
- Jan 22, 2002 – The shooting spree on Jaffa Street in Jerusalem. Two Israelis were killed, 37 wounded.
- Feb 25, 2002 – The shooting attack in the Jerusalem residential neighborhood of Neve Ya’acov. One Israeli policewoman was killed, 9 Israelis were wounded.
- Feb 27, 2002 – The murder of an Israeli at a coffee factory in the Atarot industrial zone of Jerusalem.
- Feb 27, 2002 – The suicide attack perpetrated by Daryan Abu Aysha at the Maccabim checkpoint in which two policeman were injured.
- Mar 5, 2002 – The shooting spree at the Tel Aviv Seafood restaurant. Three Israelis were killed, 31 wounded.
See also Statement of Indictment – Marwan Barghouti – Aug 14, 2002 (Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
See also 37 Terror Attacks Listed in Indictment of Marwan Barghouti (Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
See also State of Israel vs. Marwan Barghouti – Judge’s Ruling (Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs)