Oct 22, 2003
Occupied Jerusalem - The Zionist military court in the Ofer detention camp yesterday found detainee Amna Mona guilty of participation in the planning and killing of a Zionist settler.
Hebrew sources said that the sentence would be passed later against Mona who was accused of luring the settler Ofer Rahum into the West Bank city of Ramallah where two of her accomplices shot him dead.
The court found Mona involved in premeditated murder but she was not convicted of the murder itself.
Ofer, 16, was lured by Mona via internet chatting rooms to meet her in the central bus station in occupied Jerusalem.
Mona deceived him into believing that her name was Sally and that she was a new Jewish immigrant from Morocco that did not know Hebrew well.
She took him in her car to the outskirts of Ramallah where two Fatah cadres, Hasan Al-Qadi and Abdul Fattah Dawle, tried to force him out of the vehicle but when he refused one of them shot him dead.
Few days after the operation Zionist security apparatuses arrested Mona who refused at first to cooperate with the interrogators but later confessed to taking part in kidnapping the settler.
Transmis par le CLBA (http://www.ifrance.com/CLBA-laconscience)