2 life sentences and 40 years jail given to Muslim terrorist behind 2009 terror attack

Two life sentences and a 40 year jail sentence were given to the Muslim terrorist Mohammed Zakharane who enlisted and activated the three terrorists who performed the terror attack in which Gregory Rabinowitz was murdered in 2009 near Gan Yavne.

The three, Mahmoud Ouda, Muhammad Khaledi, and Ahmed Abu Hanini, were sentenced to life in prison.

Rabinowitz, a resident of Ashdod, was 56 at the time of his death. He was found in May 2009 in an open field near Gan Yavne, near Petah Tikvah, a day after he disappeared. He was found to have been mugged and choked to death by his murderers.

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The three Muslim terrorist got into his cab in Ashdod and asked to be driven to Gan Yavne. Upon arriving in town they directed him to a dirt path and attacked him, causing him to lose consciousness. They then tied him up, placed him in the trunk, and began driving.
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But Rabinowitz regained consciousness and attempted to free himself, at which point the three terrorists stopped the car and removed him from the trunk. The indictment accuses Ouda of then attempting to choke him with a shoelace while one of his accomplices stuffed a rag in his mouth.

Rabinowitz was then rolled onto his back, at which point one of the terrorists choked him to death with his bare hands. The body was then covered with branches and cardboard boxes and left there.

Terrorists Ouda and Khaledi have recounted the murder, explaining that they desired vengeance for a family member who belonged to Islamic Jihad terror group and was killed in 2007 by authorities attempting to arrest him.