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On Friday, the Norwegian courts ruled legal the extradition request formulated by France targeting Walid Abdulrahman Abou Zayed. The 61-year-old man is suspected of having participated in the rue des Rosiers bombing in 1982, which left 6 dead and 22 injured.
who had six deaths at in 1982 appealed against an extradition from , where he lives, to France , announced his lawyer Monday, September 28.
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, Walid Abdulrahman Abou Zayed, 61, is wanted by French justice who suspects him of being "one of the shooters of attack" which had also left 22 wounded in the neighborhood historic Jew from the French capital. He claims his innocence.
On Friday, the Oslo court of first instance ruled that the legal conditions were met for his.
The appeal has been made, Abu Zayed's lawyer Ole-Martin Meland told AFP, saying a written statement would be filed with the appeals court on Tuesday.A grenade and a shooting
Once the legal remedies have been exhausted, it will ultimately be up to the Norwegian Ministry of Justice, or even the government in its entirety, to decide on a possible extradition to France.
On August 9, 1982, a commando group of three to five men threw a grenade into the Jo Goldenberg restaurant in the Pletzl, historic Jewish quarter of Paris, then opened fire in the establishment and against passers-by.
The operation was quickly attributed to Abu Nidal's Fatah-Revolutionary Council (Fatah-CR), Palestiniandissident from the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO).
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