An Israeli source reported, on Monday at night, that the Israeli Central Court in Be’er Shiva, filed charges against a member of the Al Aqsa Brigades, the military wing of Fateh movement, charging him of planning a string of "strategic" attacks in Israel, including simultaneous bombings in various cities, including the nuclear reactor in Dimona.
The source stated that resident Ramzi Salah, 22, from the Jabalia refugee camp, in the Gaza Strip, was arrested on September 9, 2005 near kibbutz Nir Am, on the Gaza border. Army claims that he was carrying an explosive belt.
According to the indictment, Salah tried with the help of his cell to infiltrate into Israel or cross into Egypt then into Israel but failed to do so.
Also, the indictment reads that Salah is only one of several bombers who "planned to carry strategic suicide attacks" in several Israeli cities, and the Dimona reactor.
The charges filed against him include 14 articles, which contain attempted murder, armed infiltration, membership in a terrorist organization, planning to carry a crime and receiving military training. 
Also, the prosecution claims that Salah contacted members of the Popular Front For The Liberation of Palestine.
So far, the Israeli security did not reveal whether other members were arrested along with Salah.