After viewing incitement videos online, two young Arab teens went to buy knives, prayed at Al-Aqsa, then set out to become Palestinian terrorists who murder Jews to become “martyrs.”
By Ido Ben Porat
The Jerusalem District Attorney submitted indictment letters to the Jerusalem District Court on Wednesday against two Arab teenagers, who are accused of attempting to carry out a murderous knife attack against Jews. They are indicted on two counts, one of attempted murder and a second for possession of a knife.
According to the indictment letter the two teens watched a series of inciting videos on the internet which negatively portrayed Israeli authorities in Jerusalem and aired libels as to how soldiers “search” Palestinian women, following which they decided to carry out an attack to murder Jews and become “martyrs.”
At approximately 4 p.m. they entered the Old City via the Damascus Gate. They met another Arab teen aged 11-years-old and encouraged him to join them. He joined them and brought with him a metal pipe. The three teens went to pray at the Al-Aqsa Mosque and then returned to the Damascus Gate area. The teens sat near the steps at the entrance to the gate and waited for Jews to pass by so that they could attack them.
At approximately 5 p.m. a group of young Jews, consisting of three men and a woman, exited the gate. The Arab teens took out their knives and approached the Jews form behind. One of the Arab teens swiped his knife at one of the Jews who ducked the stabbing attack, while the second Arab succeeded in stabbing one of the other Jews in the hip. The Jews scattered in an attempt to flee the Arab teen terrorists.