Saturday, March 31, 2012

Israel: Jihad terror attack inspired by al-Jazeera

From Jihad Watch:

Israel: Jihad terror attack inspired by al-Jazeera
The Jihad News Network's hateful propaganda has its effect. "'Terror attack inspired by Al-Jazeera,'" by Aviad Glickman for Ynet News, March 29 (thanks to all who sent this in):

The Jerusalem District Prosecution indicted 18-year-old Mohammed Shuman, from Beit Hanina, for the attempted murder of an Israeli soldier in Jerusalem in early March.
Shuman stabbed 19-year-old Yehudit Aharon in her chest and hand on Jerusalem's Light Rail.

Shuman fled the scene and was later arrested at the Qalandiya checkpoint. He admitted to the stabbing.

According to the indictment, Shuman left his home that day en route to school, where he was supposed to take a religious class test, carrying a pocket knife.

The State alleged that upon arriving in school, Shuman decided to skip the test, left school ground and boarded the light rail, where he spotted Aharon.

According to the prosecution, Shuman – an avid viewer of Al-Jazeera, Al-Quds and Al-Manar TV stations – was frustrated by what he perceived as the unfair treatment of Palestinians in IDF checkpoints, and especially in Qalandiya, decided to kill the soldier....

Posted by Robert on March 30, 2012 3:00 PM

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