Protest Outside Israeli Supreme Court

Ultra-Orthodox Israelis shout at supporters of the Palestinian prisoner swap in exchange for captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit outside the Supreme Court in Jerusalem

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Eftikhar Tamimi holds a photo of her sister,Hamas terrorist, Ahlam Tamimi, in her home in Nabi Saleh in the West Bank, October 17, 2011. Ahlam Tamimi  was sentenced to 16 life sentences for her role in the 2001 suicide bombing at a Jerusalem pizza restaurant that killed 15 Israelis. Tamimi is due to be released in a prisoner swap for the exchange for captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie Hill

Eftikhar Tamimi holds a photo of her sister,Hamas terrorist, Ahlam Tamimi, in her home in Nabi Saleh in the West Bank, October 17, 2011. Ahlam Tamimi was sentenced to 16 life sentences for her role in the 2001 suicide bombing at a Jerusalem pizza restaurant that killed 15 Israelis. Tamimi is due to be released in a prisoner swap for the exchange for captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians. UPI/Debbie Hill

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      Noam Shalit, father of captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, waits prior to a hearing of appeals by families of Palestinian attack victims against the upcoming prisoner swap, at the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Shalit is in court to give evidence why the court should not delay the swap of his son for more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie Hill

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      An Israeli woman shouts at supporters of the Palestinian prisoner swap for captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit outside the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Israeli is set to release more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners, many serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie Hill

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      Eftikhar Tamimi holds a photo of her sister,Hamas terrorist, Ahlam Tamimi, in her home in Nabi Saleh in the West Bank, October 17, 2011. Ahlam Tamimi  was sentenced to 16 life sentences for her role in the 2001 suicide bombing at a Jerusalem pizza restaurant that killed 15 Israelis. Tamimi is due to be released in a prisoner swap for the exchange for captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie Hill

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      Noam Shalit, father of captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, waits prior to a hearing of appeals by families of Palestinian attack victims against the upcoming prisoner swap, at the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Shalit is in court to give evidence why the court should not delay the swap of his son for more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie Hill

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      Noam Shalit, center, father of captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, waits prior to a hearing of appeals by families of Palestinian attack victims against the upcoming prisoner swap, at the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Shalit is in court to give evidence why the court should not delay the swap of his son for more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie Hill

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      An Ultra-Orthodox Israeli shouts at supporters of the Palestinian prisoner swap for captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit outside the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Israeli is set to release more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners, many serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie Hill

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      Eftikhar Tamimi holds a photo of her sister,Hamas terrorist, Ahlam Tamimi, in her home in Nabi Saleh in the West Bank, October 17, 2011. Ahlam Tamimi  was sentenced to 16 life sentences for her role in the 2001 suicide bombing at a Jerusalem pizza restaurant that killed 15 Israelis. Tamimi is due to be released in a prisoner swap for the exchange for captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie Hill

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      Eftikhar Tamimi holds a photo of her sister,Hamas terrorist, Ahlam Tamimi, in her home in Nabi Saleh in the West Bank, October 17, 2011. Ahlam Tamimi  was sentenced to 16 life sentences for her role in the 2001 suicide bombing at a Jerusalem pizza restaurant that killed 15 Israelis. Tamimi is due to be released in a prisoner swap for the exchange for captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie Hill

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      A family handout photo of Hamas terrorist, Ahlam Tamimi, October 17, 2011. Ahlam Tamimi  was sentenced to 16 life sentences for her role in the 2001 suicide bombing at a Jerusalem pizza restaurant that killed 15 Israelis. Tamimi is due to be released in a prisoner swap for the exchange for captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie Hill

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      Noam Shalit, father of captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, waits prior to a hearing of appeals by families of Palestinian attack victims against the upcoming prisoner swap, at the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Shalit is in court to give evidence why the court should not delay the swap of his son for more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie Hill

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      An Israeli woman shouts at supporters of the Palestinian prisoner swap for captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit outside the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Israeli is set to release more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners, many serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie Hill

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      Noam Shalit, father of captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, waits prior to a hearing of appeals by families of Palestinian attack victims against the upcoming prisoner swap, at the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Shalit is in court to give evidence why the court should not delay the swap of his son for more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie Hill

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      Noam Shalit, father of captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, waits prior to a hearing of appeals by families of Palestinian attack victims against the upcoming prisoner swap, at the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Shalit is in court to give evidence why the court should not delay the swap of his son for more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie Hill

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      Noam Shalit, father of captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit,center, waits prior to a hearing of appeals by families of Palestinian attack victims against the upcoming prisoner swap, at the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Shalit is in court to give evidence why the court should not delay the swap of his son for more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie Hill

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      Ultra-Orthodox Israelis shout at supporters of the Palestinian prisoner swap for captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit outside the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Israeli is set to release more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners, many serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie Hill

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      Noam Shalit, father of captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, arrives to a hearing of appeals by families of Palestinian attack victims against the upcoming prisoner swap, at the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Shalit is in court to give evidence why the court should not delay the swap of his son for more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie Hill

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  • Ultra-Orthodox Israelis shout at supporters of the Palestinian prisoner swap for captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit outside the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Israeli is set to release more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners, many serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie Hill

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  • An Israeli woman shouts at supporters of the Palestinian prisoner swap for captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit outside the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Israeli is set to release more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners, many serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie Hill

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  • An Ultra-Orthodox Israeli shouts at supporters of the Palestinian prisoner swap for captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit outside the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Israeli is set to release more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners, many serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie Hill

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  • Noam Shalit, father of captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, waits prior to a hearing of appeals by families of Palestinian attack victims against the upcoming prisoner swap, at the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Shalit is in court to give evidence why the court should not delay the swap of his son for more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie Hill

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  • An Israeli woman shouts at supporters of the Palestinian prisoner swap for captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit outside the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Israeli is set to release more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners, many serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie Hill

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  • Noam Shalit, father of captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, waits prior to a hearing of appeals by families of Palestinian attack victims against the upcoming prisoner swap, at the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Shalit is in court to give evidence why the court should not delay the swap of his son for more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie Hill

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  • Noam Shalit, father of captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit,center, waits prior to a hearing of appeals by families of Palestinian attack victims against the upcoming prisoner swap, at the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Shalit is in court to give evidence why the court should not delay the swap of his son for more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie Hill

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  • Noam Shalit, father of captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, waits prior to a hearing of appeals by families of Palestinian attack victims against the upcoming prisoner swap, at the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Shalit is in court to give evidence why the court should not delay the swap of his son for more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie Hill

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  • Noam Shalit, center, father of captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, waits prior to a hearing of appeals by families of Palestinian attack victims against the upcoming prisoner swap, at the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Shalit is in court to give evidence why the court should not delay the swap of his son for more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie Hill

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  • Noam Shalit, father of captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, waits prior to a hearing of appeals by families of Palestinian attack victims against the upcoming prisoner swap, at the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Shalit is in court to give evidence why the court should not delay the swap of his son for more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie Hill

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  • Noam Shalit, father of captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, waits prior to a hearing of appeals by families of Palestinian attack victims against the upcoming prisoner swap, at the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Shalit is in court to give evidence why the court should not delay the swap of his son for more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie Hill

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  • Noam Shalit, father of captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, arrives to a hearing of appeals by families of Palestinian attack victims against the upcoming prisoner swap, at the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Shalit is in court to give evidence why the court should not delay the swap of his son for more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie Hill

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  • Eftikhar Tamimi holds a photo of her sister,Hamas terrorist, Ahlam Tamimi, in her home in Nabi Saleh in the West Bank, October 17, 2011. Ahlam Tamimi  was sentenced to 16 life sentences for her role in the 2001 suicide bombing at a Jerusalem pizza restaurant that killed 15 Israelis. Tamimi is due to be released in a prisoner swap for the exchange for captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie Hill

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  • A family handout photo of Hamas terrorist, Ahlam Tamimi, October 17, 2011. Ahlam Tamimi  was sentenced to 16 life sentences for her role in the 2001 suicide bombing at a Jerusalem pizza restaurant that killed 15 Israelis. Tamimi is due to be released in a prisoner swap for the exchange for captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie Hill

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  • Eftikhar Tamimi holds a photo of her sister,Hamas terrorist, Ahlam Tamimi, in her home in Nabi Saleh in the West Bank, October 17, 2011. Ahlam Tamimi  was sentenced to 16 life sentences for her role in the 2001 suicide bombing at a Jerusalem pizza restaurant that killed 15 Israelis. Tamimi is due to be released in a prisoner swap for the exchange for captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie Hill

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  • Eftikhar Tamimi holds a photo of her sister,Hamas terrorist, Ahlam Tamimi, in her home in Nabi Saleh in the West Bank, October 17, 2011. Ahlam Tamimi  was sentenced to 16 life sentences for her role in the 2001 suicide bombing at a Jerusalem pizza restaurant that killed 15 Israelis. Tamimi is due to be released in a prisoner swap for the exchange for captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie Hill

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An Israeli woman shouts at supporters of the Palestinian prisoner swap for captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit outside the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Israeli is set to release more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners, many serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie HillAn Ultra-Orthodox Israeli shouts at supporters of the Palestinian prisoner swap for captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit outside the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Israeli is set to release more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners, many serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie HillNoam Shalit, father of captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, waits prior to a hearing of appeals by families of Palestinian attack victims against the upcoming prisoner swap, at the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Shalit is in court to give evidence why the court should not delay the swap of his son for more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie HillAn Israeli woman shouts at supporters of the Palestinian prisoner swap for captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit outside the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Israeli is set to release more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners, many serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie HillNoam Shalit, father of captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, waits prior to a hearing of appeals by families of Palestinian attack victims against the upcoming prisoner swap, at the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Shalit is in court to give evidence why the court should not delay the swap of his son for more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie HillNoam Shalit, father of captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit,center, waits prior to a hearing of appeals by families of Palestinian attack victims against the upcoming prisoner swap, at the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Shalit is in court to give evidence why the court should not delay the swap of his son for more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie HillNoam Shalit, father of captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, waits prior to a hearing of appeals by families of Palestinian attack victims against the upcoming prisoner swap, at the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Shalit is in court to give evidence why the court should not delay the swap of his son for more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie HillNoam Shalit, center, father of captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, waits prior to a hearing of appeals by families of Palestinian attack victims against the upcoming prisoner swap, at the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Shalit is in court to give evidence why the court should not delay the swap of his son for more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie HillNoam Shalit, father of captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, waits prior to a hearing of appeals by families of Palestinian attack victims against the upcoming prisoner swap, at the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Shalit is in court to give evidence why the court should not delay the swap of his son for more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie HillNoam Shalit, father of captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, waits prior to a hearing of appeals by families of Palestinian attack victims against the upcoming prisoner swap, at the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Shalit is in court to give evidence why the court should not delay the swap of his son for more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie HillNoam Shalit, father of captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, arrives to a hearing of appeals by families of Palestinian attack victims against the upcoming prisoner swap, at the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Shalit is in court to give evidence why the court should not delay the swap of his son for more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie HillEftikhar Tamimi holds a photo of her sister,Hamas terrorist, Ahlam Tamimi, in her home in Nabi Saleh in the West Bank, October 17, 2011. Ahlam Tamimi  was sentenced to 16 life sentences for her role in the 2001 suicide bombing at a Jerusalem pizza restaurant that killed 15 Israelis. Tamimi is due to be released in a prisoner swap for the exchange for captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie HillA family handout photo of Hamas terrorist, Ahlam Tamimi, October 17, 2011. Ahlam Tamimi  was sentenced to 16 life sentences for her role in the 2001 suicide bombing at a Jerusalem pizza restaurant that killed 15 Israelis. Tamimi is due to be released in a prisoner swap for the exchange for captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie HillEftikhar Tamimi holds a photo of her sister,Hamas terrorist, Ahlam Tamimi, in her home in Nabi Saleh in the West Bank, October 17, 2011. Ahlam Tamimi  was sentenced to 16 life sentences for her role in the 2001 suicide bombing at a Jerusalem pizza restaurant that killed 15 Israelis. Tamimi is due to be released in a prisoner swap for the exchange for captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie HillEftikhar Tamimi holds a photo of her sister,Hamas terrorist, Ahlam Tamimi, in her home in Nabi Saleh in the West Bank, October 17, 2011. Ahlam Tamimi  was sentenced to 16 life sentences for her role in the 2001 suicide bombing at a Jerusalem pizza restaurant that killed 15 Israelis. Tamimi is due to be released in a prisoner swap for the exchange for captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit. Hundreds of Palestinians due to be released are serving life or multiple life sentences for terrorist acts that killed scores of Israeli civilians.   UPI/Debbie Hill