This undated file picture shows Ahmed Abu Adas. (The Daily Star/HO)
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The prosecution detailed the encounter by Abu Adass with a man calling himself "Mohammad" who attended prayers at the Arab University Mosque but was not taking part in them, and who told Abu Adass he was a recent convert who sought to learn about Islam and marry a Muslim wife.Oneissi allegedly helped orchestrate the false claim of responsibility by Abu Adass.The identity of the suicide bomber remains unknown, and the prosecution says there is no evidence to suggest Abu Adass was involved at all in the assassination.Abu Adass disappeared after meeting more than once with Oneissi, never to be heard from again, the prosecution claims.
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