Texas synagogue: Suspect shot dead and hostages freed

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Four hostages who were taken by a man who stormed the Congregation Beth Israel Synagogue in Texas and ‘armed with backpacks of explosives’ were released after the man was shot dead.

He held the hostages, including Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker, trapped inside the Congregation Beth Israel in Colleyville, approximately 27 miles from Dallas, for about 10 hours before the hostages were reported free and safe.

A SWAT team had been deployed and the FBI was negotiating with him as the standoff entered hour eleven.

The suspect had demanded the release of Aafia Siddiqui, who was convicted in New York for trying to kill US military personnel, according to an ABC News report

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