Terrorist who stabbed guard incited by Palestinian school

A terrorists who committed an attack in Jerusalem was prompted to do so by the Palestinian education system and media. 

By: World Israel News Staff

A Palestinian terrorist who stabbed and critically wounded a security guard at the entrance to the central bus station in Jerusalem earlier this month was indoctrinated in school to hate Jews, the Shin Bet (Israel’s Security Agency) revealed.

The terrorist, Yassin Abu al-Kara, 24, a resident of a village in northern Samaria, near Shechem (Nablus), was indicted on Thursday in a Jerusalem court for the attack.

Al-Kara had entered the city illegally, taking advantage of a permit he was given to work in agriculture in another area in Israel.

His questioning by the Shin Bet revealed that he was inspired to commit the attack following his exposure to incitement to terrorism in the Palestinian media, which has become increasingly vicious after President Donald Trump recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

The Shin Bet also revealed that the terrorist wrote a will before committing the attack, which was filled with Islamic quotes he was taught in school about shahids, Muslim martyrs who die fighting infidels.

He wrote the will on his cellphone while in a Taxi to Jerusalem, on the way to the attack.

The night before the attack he posted a Facebook message in which he stated, “Our blood is cheap for the sake of the homeland and Jerusalem and the Al Aqsa [mosque].”

“This terror attack underscores the harsh incitement the Arabs in the Palestinian Authority are exposed to, and the effect the materials taught in schools have as a provoking and inspiring element to commit terror attacks,” the Shin Bet stated.

The PA educational system routinely poisons the minds of Palestinian children by educating them to hate Israel and Israelis and through terror-promoting messages. They even use cultural mediums such as school plays, sports events and summer camps for this objective.

The Israeli security guard, who laid in a coma for a prolonged period, recently opened his eyes.