Last week, pro-Israel Donald Trump administration added Jordanian citizen Ahlam Aref Ahmad al-Tamimi, 36, to its Most Wanted Terrorist list. Trump’s Attorney-General Jeff Sessions, a pro-Israel Muslim-hater renewed Washington’s demand to Amman made in 2013 for her extradition to face the US justice.
On Monday, Jordan’s highest court upheld a lower court decision to deny US request for the extradition of Ahlam Aref Ahmad al-Tamimi, who had already served 8 years in Israeli jail for the crime she never committed. Furthermore, the prsiding judge said that the US-Jordan extradition agreement signed in 1995, was never ratified by Jordanian parliament.
The Human Center for Democracy and Rights in Gaza has called the US extradition request against Jordanian journalist Ahlam al-Tamimi, originally from Palestine, a racist decision and against human ethics and norms.
I guess, it’s high time for Donald Trump to phone Jordanian King Abdullah II and tell him – No more US$350 million annual bribe anymore dude.
Ahlam al-Tamimi was arrested by Israeli internal terrorist agency Shin Bet for ‘directing’ the alleged suicide bomber at Jerusalem Sbarro pizza restaurant killing 15 Jews including two American-Israeli dual citizen.
The suicide bombing had the usual marks of an Israeli false flag operation to portray Jewish occupation being victim of Palestinian resistance groups. Israeli military used the incident as an accuse to occupy PLO’s political headquarter, Orient House in occupied East Jerusalem.
Ahlam al-Tamimi was released along with 1,207 other Palestinians in a prison swap for Israeli Jew soldier Noam Shalit captured as POW by Hamas fighters in 2007. The Palestinian detainees freed were arrested or kidnapped by Israeli soldiers, and kept in jails without trial. Most of them, like al-Tamimi, were tortured and sexually abuse in order to extract false statements.
Ahlam al-Tamimi, former student of Bir Zeit University got engaged to a fellow Palestinian prisoner Nizar al-Tamimi who is currently serving a life sentence in Ashkelon prison of which he has served 16 years. On October 19, 2011 when she arrived in Amman from Cairo – Ahlam received a warm welcome at Queen Alia International Airport in Amman by her relatives, residents, political activists and union members, who also carried Palestinian flags and signs welcoming her.
Canadian Israeli hasbara filth, CIJ News (July 6, 2016) , accused Toronto teacher Nadia Shoufani, who spoke at the 2016 Al-Quds Day rally in Toronto, of calling Ahlam al-Tamimi a hero (watch video below).