3 Muslim terrorists arrested for attacking Saudi journalist on Jerusalem’s Temple Mount

3 Muslim terrorists arrested for attacking Saudi journalist on Jerusalem's Temple Mount

BREAKING: The Israel Police arrested three Muslim terrorists, residents of East Jerusalem, who were involved in yesterday’s attack of a Saudi journalist on Jerusalem’s Temple Mount.

In first, Arab journalists from around the Middle East arrived in Israel on Sunday following an invitation from the Foreign Ministry.

Mohammed Saud, a well known Saudi journalist who voices his support for Israel, was spat at, had chairs hurled at him and was verbally assaulted by Muslim terror-fans during a visit to the Temple Mount.

Saud, who is part of the delegation hosted by the Foreign Ministry, was also called “trash”, “traitor Zionist” and was told to “pray in the synagogue, not in Al-Aqsa Mosque.”

Mohammed Saud speaks Hebrew and defends Israel and the Jewish people. He voices his support for Israel and his dream for peace in the Middle East, and he condemns Iran and the so-called Palestinians for spreading terrorism in the region.

The delegation is expected to visit the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial and the Knesset, as well as meet with officials from the Foreign Ministry and academia and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.