The military court issued a series of sentences against 20 defendants in the Hotel de Roy terrorists file

The military court issued a series of sentences against 20 defendants in the Hotel de Roy terrorists file
The military court issued a series of sentences against 20 defendants in the Hotel de Roy terrorists file

The Permanent Military Court, headed by Brigadier General P.S.C. Mounir Shehadeh, issued a series of sentences against 20 defendants in the file of what was termed “De Roy Hotel terrorists” in the locality of Raouche in 2014, which was harboring a group of terrorists who were planning to carry out a terrorist attack. The arrest of a number of them during a patrol of the General Security of the hotel.

The accused are: Francois Fayez Boucheran, Abdul Rahman Nasser Al-Shailfi (Saudi), Alaa Ali Kanaan, Mahmoud Muhammad Khaled, nicknamed Zahrman, Ayman Ali Kanaan, Muhammad Waheed Al-Abd Al-Jabbar (Syrian), Muhammad Ali Ismail Ismail, Ahmed Jamal Al-Hussein, Jamal Ali Al-Hussein, Muhammad Khader Harmoush, Hajar Abdullah Abdullah, Raed Khalid Talib, Ahmed Muhammad Khalid, Muhammad Ali Jawhar, nicknamed Abu al-Zubayr, Hisham Rashid Hussein, Yahya Muhammad al-Jassem nicknamed Abu Musab, Haitham Muhammad Khalid, known as Haitham Zahrman, Abd al-Qadir Abd al-Rahman Numan, Abdullah Tariq Khayat and Ahmed Khaled Kanaan.

The merits of the rulings stated that, “on Lebanese territory, and on a date that has not passed by time, the first, until the fifth, seventh, eleventh and up to the last, joined the terrorist organization “ISIS”, with the aim of carrying out terrorist acts by means of explosive belts and explosives, and possessing and buying them for this purpose, as well as The first, second, eleventh, and up to the last, planned to carry out a suicide operation by means of the first and second and to kill the largest possible number of people, men, children and women, and therefore the failure to implement was due to circumstances beyond their control, which prevented them from doing so.

The third, fourth, fifth, and seventh also intervened in the crime of planning and executing a suicide operation, and the sixth financed the first with an amount of money, knowing that this person who delivered the money to him is a terrorist, and the eighth and ninth sold 30 fingers of gelatin and 6 coils of Cortex fuse to the third and seventh At an amount of $3,000, without their knowledge that these explosives would be used in detonation operations, and that the purpose of the sale was financial profit only, and the tenth sold a quantity of genes and Cortex fuse to the ninth with the aim of getting rid of them, after they were found during the restoration of the house of his deceased father. Without his knowledge that these materials will be used in security work.

The provisions were as follows:
Imposing life imprisonment with hard labor for the first, second, third and fourth, and stripping them of their civil rights.
Fifth and sixteenth-year-olds are punished with hard labor for a period of twenty years, and they are stripped of their civil rights.
– Imposing a penalty of hard labor for a period of three years against the sixth, stripping him of his civil rights and a fine of 3 million Lebanese pounds.
The seventh is sentenced to five years of hard labor, and his civil rights are stripped.
– Imprisonment of six months for the eighth and tenth.
A nine-month prison sentence was imposed on the ninth.
The eleventh, twelfth, thirteenth, fourteenth, fifteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth imprisonment of the eleventh, twelfth, thirteenth, fifteenth, nineteenth and twentieth are to be sentenced to life with hard labor, with stripping them of their civil rights and obligating each one of them to present a war rifle.
– Imposing a sentence of hard labor for a period of two years against the eighteen, and stripping him of his civil rights.

 
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