That's an interesting one:
A man jailed for 45 years for plotting to blow up an Israeli airliner flying out of Heathrow today challenged the government's refusal to accept a parole board recommendation to release him.There are a few people out there aiming to blow up a plane, but this one is quite diffrent. Here is why:
Nezar Hindawi, 56, is a Jordanian serving what is believed to be the longest specified prison term imposed by an English court, having been found guilty of attempting to plant a primed bomb on an El-Al aircraft with 375 people on board flying to Tel Aviv in 1986.
He concealed the Semtex explosive in the luggage of his pregnant Irish fiancee, Anne Murphy, without her knowledge, and did not accompany her on to the flight.And now he is fixing to get a parole. To remind you what his fiancee thinks about him:
''I hate you! I hate you!'' The witness' shouts echoed in the hushed courtroom. ''I could kill you. I hate you. I hate you. You bastard you.'' Anne-Marie Murphy's outburst was directed at Nezar Hindawi, the father of her daughter who is charged with planting 3 pounds of high explosives in Murphy's hand luggage before she boarded an El Al jetliner bound for Israel at Heathrow Airport on April 17.Even if he gets that parole some time later, I hope someone squashes him like a stinkbug he is.