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Published on 25 May 2016

Suspect in 1980 Paris synagogue attack ordered back to jail

French court orders Hassan Diab to be sent back to jail, ten days after he was released on bail.

On the merits of the case, we are absolutely convinced of his guilt

Published on Arutz 7 May 25, 2016
 
A French court on Tuesday ordered the chief suspect in a deadly attack on a Paris synagogue in 1980 to be sent back to jail, ten days after he was released on bail, AFP reports.
 
Hassan Diab, a Lebanese-Canadian sociology professor who had been detained for 18 months, is accused of being part of the Special Operations branch of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) terrorist group, which carried out the bombing on October 3, 1980 that left four dead and around 40 injured.
 
Targeting the synagogue in rue Copernic, western Paris, it was the first major attack on a Jewish site in France since World War II.
 
Diab, 62, was extradited from Canada in November 2014 and charged with the attack. 
 
Bernard Cahen, lawyer for one of the civil parties to the case, said that "on the merits of the case, we are absolutely convinced of his guilt"... Lire l'intégralité.

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