Ikhlas Khouli was a 35-year-old resident of Tulkarm, West Bank, and mother of seven who was executed in 2002, without trial, by Fatah's Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade for allegedly collaborating with Israel. She was the first Palestinian woman to be executed for such a crime.
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Palestinian militiamen dragged a mother from her home and shot her in the head in a town square, making her the first Arab woman to be murdered during the intifada for allegedly collaborating with Israel's armed forces. [...] Reports from Tulkarm, a West Bank town that has been under an Israeli military blockade for months, said Ikhlas Khouli, 35, was killed by the al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade, which believed she helped the Israelis kill one of its members. [...] The woman's son, Bakir, 17, said that armed men had grabbed him, placed a bag over his head, and tortured him until he invented a story about his mother – which led to her death.
- Palestinian Group Affiliated With Fatah Leadership Kill First Woman Informer
- NPR Profile: Killing of Palestinians Who Have Been Branded as Collaborators
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