This image provided by the FBI is the most wanted poster for Ahlam Aref Ahmad Al-Tamimi, a Jordanian woman charged in connection with a 2001 bombing of a Jerusalem pizza restaurant that killed 15 people and injured dozens of others. (FBI via AP)
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Jordan's Supreme Court Monday ruled against the extradition of a woman placed on the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation's "Most Wanted Terrorist" list.She was released in a 2011 Israeli prisoner swap with the Palestinian movement Hamas.She faces a possible execution or life in prison if she is captured, tried and convicted in the United States.Petra news agency, quoting a judicial source, said the extradition cannot go through because Jordan's Parliament has never ratified an extradition agreement with the United States signed in March 1995 .
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