? Israel bans members of the Tamimi clan of Muslim terrorists from traveling abroad
Israel has banned Ahed Tamimi Ahed Tamimi—the female Muslim jihadist who was convicted for physically assaulting an IDF soldier—, and other members of the Tamimi clan of Muslim terrorists from traveling aboard, her father said Friday.
Muslim terrorist Basim al-Tamimi said that he and other terrorists from his family had planned to travel to Europe via Jordan, participate in some anti-Israel events and discuss the Palestinian terrorism and the experience of being a convicted terrorist in an Israeli prison.
But they were informed by the Palestinian Authority that Israel had banned them from traveling abroad.
They had planned to leave Friday morning, he said, adding the authorities did not provide a reason for the ban.
On July 29, terrorists Ahed and Nariman Tamimi were released from prison after serving an eight-month sentence after being filmed kicking and slapping an IDF soldier.
As part of an agreement, Tamimi pleaded guilty to four counts of assault. In addition to the eight-month jail sentence, she was to pay a fine of 5,000 shekels ($1,437).
In another video, Tamimi called on Muslim terrorists to perpetrate suicide attacks, stabbing and rock-throwing attacks in order to murder Jews.