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Revealed: Hamas payment network to families of Muslim terrorists to encourage terrorism

Shin Bet and police forces uncovered a network of money transfers from Hamas to the families of convicted Muslim terrorists, including the mother of Tarek Abu-Arafa, who took part in the 1994 kidnapping and murder of IDF soldier Nachshon Wachsman.

The financial transfers uncovered were managed by Hamas from the Gaza Strip. The purpose of the transfers was to provide financial support to the families of terrorists with the intent of encouraging more terrorism.

Minister of Defense Avigdor Lieberman ordered the funds seized and overnight Monday, security forces raided the homes of families receiving funds from Hamas.


More than NIS 100,000 in cash was seized along with one vehicle.

The raids were carried out in Ras al-Amud, Beit Hanina, Isawiya and Wadi al-Joz in east Jerusalem.

Other families of convicted Muslim terrorists include: Ahmad Fathi Abu Shaban, who carried out a stabbing attack at the Jerusalem Central Bus Station in 2015; Musab Razala, who stabbed two police officers near IDF Square in Jerusalem in 2015; Omar Saqafi who carried out a combined vehicular and stabbing attack in Jerusalem; Hassan Mahani, who stabbed two people in Pisgat Ze’ev in 2015, and many others.

Stabbing attack in Jerusalem; female Muslim terrorist arrested

A security guard was stabbed and lightly wounded by a female Muslim terrorist on Sultan  Suleiman St. in Jerusalem.

The terrorist was neutralized without injury and arrested.

A police spokesman said a female terrorist armed with a knife approached the security guard, 31, at the light rail station near the Damascus Gate on the corner of Bar Lev and Sultan Suleiman streets and stabbed him in the shoulder.

A Border Police force stationed nearby saw the incident, tackled the terrorist and arrested her. The injured man was evacuated to hospital with light wounds.


2 Israeli-Muslim brothers from the terror nest of Umm al-Fahm join ISIS

Two Israeli-Muslim brothers from Umm al-Fahm have been arrested and indicted for supporting ISIS, according to the Shin Bet, which cleared the information for publication Friday morning.

The two Muslim terrorists —Mahmoud Jabarin, 25, and Naim Jabarin, 20—were arrested in July in a joint operation involving the Shin Bet and police.

During the course of a search at the terrorists’ residence, a Carlo submachine gun was also discovered hidden in the attic.

Authorities had received information that the elder Jabarin brother, Mahmoud, had intended to travel to Syria to join the organization. To that end, Jabarin was in contact with an ISIS recruiter in Syria who was also a former resident of Umm al-Fahm.

In addition to discovering numerous photographs, videos and other ISIS propaganda, the younger brother, Naim,  also have pledged loyalty to ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

The State Attorney’s Office filed an indictment with the Haifa District Court against the two brother-terrorists on Friday morning for contact with a foreign agent and illegal possession of a firearm.


The Shin Bet issued a statement on the arrests and indictments, saying, “The Shin Bet views Israelis who support the Islamic State organization as a serious security threat, especially those who are in contact with organization operatives and desire to fight in its ranks.

“As such, the Shin Bet will continue to monitor suspects and take the necessary enforcement measures to prevent the dissemination of ISIS ideology in Israel and prevent Israelis from fighting with the organization.”

On July 14th, three Israeli Muslim terrorists from Umm el-Fahm murdered two Israeli Border Police officers just outside the Temple Mount in a shooting attack.

Israel strikes Hamas terror positions in Gaza after rocket attack

The IDF carried out airstrikes against two Hamas terror positions in Gaza overnight Tuesday in response to a rocket fired from Gaza which landed in open territory in the Hof Ashkelon Regional Council.

Ayman Sahbani, an emergency director at Gaza’s Shifa hospital, says three Gazans were wounded in the strike, including a 26-year-old man who was in serious condition after being struck in the head by shrapnel.


The rocket fired into Israel, which landed in an open field in the Hof Ashkelon Regional Council, caused no casualties or damage, an IDF spokesperson added.

“This is crossing a dangerous line that Israel will bear the consequences of,” said Hamas terror group after the Israeli retaliation.

Israel has seen rocket fire from Gaza in the three years since its last war with Gaza’s Hamas terror group rulers. Most have been claimed by ISIS-linked Salafist groups in Gaza.

Israel holds Hamas responsible for all fire out of the strip—even rockets launched by any of the various terrorists groups challenging it.

Terror stabbing attack at Yavne supermarket

An employee was stabbed by a Muslim terrorist at a supermarket in the city of Yavne on Wednesday in a terror attack.

The 19-year-old Muslim terrorist, who also works at the Shufersal supermarket, was arrested after trying to flee the scene.

Civilians who were on the scene subdued the terrorist, with some of them kicking him while he was on the ground.

The victim, 42, was in serious condition after suffering stab wounds to his upper body. Another employee was treated for shock.


“My wife and I were shopping. All of a sudden, a man with a backpack and an Arabic accent approached me and asked me if I worked there. I said no, and he kept walking,” recounted Shlomo Brill, an eye-witness. “Ten minutes later, I heard screams from the checkout area. Everyone at the store went crazy. We thought it was a terror attack, we’re all stressed out… the cashiers were screaming, the employees were shaking with fear.”

One of the civilians who helped subdue the suspect recounted the incident: “I (heard) one of the employees call out ‘stop him, stop him.’ Another civilian tripped him, and then he and the employee neutralized the suspect. Police officers who arrived at the scene removed them but we still kept (hitting) him. We neutralized him some more until the cops handcuffed him.”


4 Muslim terrorists arrested in plot to bomb a plane over Sydney

Security is heightened in airports across Australia following the Islamic-inspired terror plot that was thwarted on Saturday.

An Islamist cell planned to bring down a domestic flight with an ‘explosive device’ discovered at the Cleveland Street home.

Heavily-armed police stormed a Surry Hills home in the inner east of Sydney at 4pm before officers raided properties in Lakemba, Punchbowl and Wiley Park resulting in the arrests of four male Muslim terrorists.

An ‘explosive device’ was discovered at the Surry Hills property and deactivated by a bomb squad that was called to the scene.

One Muslim terrorist draped in a bed sheet with a heavily-bandaged head was seen being led into an ambulance outside the Surry Hills property.


The bandaged terrorist appeared to be distressed and bleeding from the head as he walked to a waiting ambulance.

He could be heard saying ‘they bashed me.’ When asked by whom, he answered ‘police.’

When asked why he was being arrested, the terrorist mumbled ‘I don’t know nothing.’

A law enforcement official told the Daily Telegraph they found material to be used for an improvised explosive device.

Residents living near the Surry Hills home, just metres from the Redfern Mosque, were evacuated while the bomb squad worked to remove the ‘explosive device.’


Commissioner Andrew Colvin addressed the media at a press conference on Sunday morning and said details about the terror plot are still developing.

‘We don’t have a great deal of information on the specific attack, the location, date or time, however, we’re investigating information indicating the aviation industry was potentially a target of that attack,’ AFP Commissioner Colvin said.

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull reiterated the raids were aimed at stopping a terror plot to ‘bring down’ a plane and said security screening will take longer over the coming days.

‘Some of the measures will be obvious to the public, some will not be — those travelling should go about their business with confidence,’ Turnbull said in a press conference on Sunday morning.

‘The office of transport security has advised security screening will take longer, and travellers should arrive at terminals at least two hours before flights to allow ample time for screening.

‘They should limit the amount of carry-on and checked baggage, as this will help to ensure that security screening is efficient.’

Australia’s terror threat remains at probable.


Machete-wielding Muslim terrorist murders 1, injures several in Hamburg supermarket

A machete-wielding Muslim terrorist has murdered one and injured several others after going on the rampage through a German supermarket.

The Muslim terrorist, who reportedly screamed allahu akbar, ran into an Edeka shop in the northern city of Hamburg and knifed a customer to death before slashing at four others as he fled.

He ran off but was pursued by passers-by who wrestled him to the ground and called police who made an arrest.

Heavily armed officers have locked the area down and police helicopters have been seen above the crime scene. Police said that a motive for the terror attack has not yet been established.

A major manhunt got underway and 30 minutes later pictures emerged of the Muslim terrorist covered in blood, with a white bag over his head in a police car.

He is understood to have suffered minor injuries as he was being held by bystanders.

Hamburg police said on Twitter that there was only one attacker and that the motive for the ‘incident’ in Hamburg’s Barmbek district wasn’t immediately clear.

They added that ‘initial reports about robbery as a possible motive so far have not been confirmed.’


Rocket fired from Gaza; IDF tank fire retaliates

Gaza terrorists fired a rocket towards southern Israel overnight Sunday. The rocket exploded in an open area near the security fence in the Eshkol Regional Council.

The “Red Alert” incoming rocket siren was not sounds because the rocket exploded in an open area.

There were no injuries and or damages.

An IDF tank targeted a post  in southern Gaza, belonging to Gaza’s ruling Hamas terrorist organization in response to the rocket attack.


The rocket attack is the second such attack from Gaza in as many days. On Saturday night, a rocket from Gaza exploded in the air, causing no physical injuries or damages.


Terror attack on Israeli embassy in Jordan

An Israeli security official who is serving in the Israeli embassy in Amman was lightly wounded on Sunday when a Muslim ‘Palestinian’-Jordanian terrorist stabbed him with a screwdriver in his home. The officer then defended himself, shot and eliminated the terrorist.

Israeli media were barred from reporting on the incident for several hours by the IDF military censor.

The terror attack took place while furniture was replaced in the home of the deputy security officer of the embassy. The deputy security officer was in the home, along with his landlord and two other Jordanian workers, at the time of the attack.

One of the workers sneaked up behind the deputy security officer and began to stab him with a screwdriver. The Israeli, who was lightly wounded, was able to open fire at the terrorist and neutralize him. The terrorist later died from his wounds.

The Jordanian owner of the home was wounded as well and later died of his wounds.


In an earlier statement, police said they were notified in the late afternoon of a shooting at the compound in the residential Rabiyeh neighborhood of Amman. It said that two Jordanians had gone into the building to carry out “carpentry work.”

After the terror attack, Jordanian security forces were deployed in the streets around the embassy.

An investigation into the shooting was still underway.

It was not immediately clear how an armed Jordanian got into the embassy compound, one of the most heavily guarded Israeli missions in the world.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Israeli security forces are discussing the incident with the Jordanian government.

According to the Vienna Convention he is immune from interrogation and detention, as he is considered a diplomat.


Palestinian-Jordanian terrorist eliminated

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