Muslim terrorist from Yaffo indicted for pledging allegiance to ISIS
BREAKING: 19-year-old Muslim terrorist from the mostly Arab neighborhood of Yaffo in Tel Aviv, was charged for maintaining contact with ISIS terrorists outside the country and posting video of himself pledging allegiance to its leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. He was also charged with recruiting members to the terrorist group in Yaffo.
The Tel Aviv district prosecution filed an indictment to the city’s District Court on Wednesday against Muslim terrorist Kamel Abu Amara, 19, from Yaffo, for establishing contact with a foreign agent and for membership of, and activity with, the ISIS terror group.
According to the indictment, Amara was in extensive contact with supporters and members of ISIS and joined of his own volition by sending an oath of allegiance video to the group. He also acted on behalf of the terror group to promote its goals and recruit more terrorists.
The Muslim terrorist joined a number of groups, including the “Islamic State” in which people outside of Israel proclaimed their affiliation with, or expressed their support for the terror group.
He also established contact with a Muslim terrorist known as Abu Matza’ab, who presented himself as a Romanian citizen who supported the terror group.
Later on, the terrorist established contact with another terrorist known as Dabik, who presented himself as a Moroccan citizen and an ISIS terrorist.
“He is a 19-year-old boy who played Israel, America, ISIS and rebels on the Xbox. The Shin Bet incriminated him ”, the terrorist’s father said.