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October 28, 1989 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A Palestinian suspected of strangling seven Israelis to death in Tel Aviv worked as an informant for the secret Shin Bet security service, Israeli newspapers reported. The left-wing Al Hamishmar daily said Mohammed ibn Ahmen Halebi, 32, of the Gaza Strip's Jabaliya refugee camp agreed to work for the Shin Bet in 1985 after serving five years of an 11-year sentence on charges including drug dealing and prostitution.
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October 28, 1989 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A Palestinian suspected of strangling seven Israelis to death in Tel Aviv worked as an informant for the secret Shin Bet security service, Israeli newspapers reported. The left-wing Al Hamishmar daily said Mohammed ibn Ahmen Halebi, 32, of the Gaza Strip's Jabaliya refugee camp agreed to work for the Shin Bet in 1985 after serving five years of an 11-year sentence on charges including drug dealing and prostitution.
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October 22, 1989 | From Times Wire Services
Police are searching for a Palestinian suspected of strangling seven people in Tel Aviv, and the case has led officials to reevaluate the policy that allows workers from the occupied territories to stay overnight in the city. Police said the murders apparently stemmed from financial disputes between the suspect and his victims over drugs and prostitution, but they would not rule out that the motive might have been political. The victims included prostitutes and drug dealers.
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October 22, 1989 | From Times Wire Services
Police are searching for a Palestinian suspected of strangling seven people in Tel Aviv, and the case has led officials to reevaluate the policy that allows workers from the occupied territories to stay overnight in the city. Police said the murders apparently stemmed from financial disputes between the suspect and his victims over drugs and prostitution, but they would not rule out that the motive might have been political. The victims included prostitutes and drug dealers.
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