Wednesday, March 30, 2011

What Do Some Arabs Do on the Temple Mount

Bereaved families: Revoke terror abettor's citizenship

Bereaved families of victims killed in a suicide attack on Haifa's bus line 37 in 2003 are demanding that the interior minister revoke the citizenship of a man who aided the attack, in which 17 people were killed.

A letter sent by 12 parents to Eli Yishai describes how Israeli Arab Munir Rajbi, who is serving a life sentence for his part in the attack, abetted terror. "He knew the city, the bus routes, and the lifestyles, and knew how to provide information necessary for those planning the attack," the parents wrote.

"In the months beforehand he would go out on Fridays to pray at Temple Mount in Jerusalem and meet with his brothers, members of a Hamas terror cell from Hebron who were involved in planning the attack. There he also provided them with intelligence on possibilities and places to carry out an attack in Haifa."

That's what some Arabs do on the Temple Mount.


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