Italian court sentences Moroccan man to 5 years in jail for planning terrorist attacks on Milan synagogue, Jewish school.

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Milan syangogue. Photo: REUTERS/Paolo Bona

ROME – A 22-year-old Moroccan man has been sentenced to more than five years in prison for planning terrorist attacks on Milan’s main synagogue and Jewish school.

The five year and four month sentence against Mohamed Jarmoune was handed down by a court in Brescia on Thursday.

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  1. This photo released by Italian police in Brescia, Italy, Thursday shows a man identified by police as Mohamed Jarmoune. Italian police arrested a Moroccan man early Thursday on suspicion of plotting an attack against a Milan synagogue after observing that the suspect had used a Google maps application to case security at the synagogue, authorities said. The chief suspect, identified only as a 20-year old worker who had lived in Italy since age 6, was arrested in the northern city of Brescia, 60 miles east of Milan. Meanwhile, in Britain, Scotland Yard detained a 40-year-old woman who had been in contact with the suspect to determine if she played any role in the alleged plot.

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