Something to be glad about: a terrorist freed in the Gilad Shalit deal has been recollared
The IDF detained on Thursday one of the prisoners who was released in exchange for Gilad Shalit, the "ministry of prisoners’ affairs" in the Palestinian Authority (PA) told the Bethlehem-based Ma'an news agency.
The ministry said soldiers detained Ayed Muhammad Khalil from the village of Qaffin in Samaria (Shomron) along with his brother and sister in law after they were stopped at a flying checkpoint.
Khalil's name appears on the official Israeli list of prisoners released in the Shalit deal. The document says that he was serving a life sentence for "intentionally causing death."
In that case, he deserves to be re-arrested, but there's no telling if it'll last.
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