U.S. man gets no jail time in 'mysterious' case of spying for Israel
29-May-2009 (2 comments)

"Why it took the government 23 years to charge Mr. Kadish is shrouded in mystery," U.S. District Judge William Pauley said during the sentencing hearing in Manhattan federal court. "It is clear the [U.S.] government could have charged Mr. Kadish with far more
serious crimes."


Adam maghzesh sout mikesheh

by Ostaad on

"U.S. men get 65-year terms for funneling millions to Hamas"


The Holy Land leaders were convicted on charges ranging from supporting a
terrorist organization to money laundering and tax fraud. The group wasn't accused of violence, but of bankrolling schools and social welfare programs the government says are controlled by Hamas. Holy Land itself was convicted of 32 counts. 




ya the same terroris that

by nojanthegreat on

ya the same terroris that french and in the short future america need to talk to them .