Trio of Muslim terrorists who murdered Israeli girl Rina Shnerb captured alive
Cleared for publication: The Shin Bet, the IDF, and the Israeli police have captured alive three Muslim terrorists who planted an explosive device near the Jewish community of Dolev, murdered 17-year-old Rina Shnerb and wounded her father and brother on August 23.
The trio of terrorists, all residents of Ramallah, were arrested last month in the terror nest of Kobar, home of the Barghouti clan of Muslim terrorists, near Ramallah.
All of the terrorists were members of the PFLP terror group.
A fourth Muslim terrorist believed to be involved in the terror cell’s activities was also arrested. He was identified as a student at the Birzeit University who was convicted of terrorism and served in Israeli jails.
Samar Arabid, the 44-year-old Muslim terrorist leader of the terror cell is in critical condition following the Shin Bet interrogation.
According to sources, the Shin Bet received permission from a legal source to use unusual methods in the interrogation, after it received a piece of timely intel that he planted another explosive device.
He didn’t feel well during the interrogation.
Rina Shnerb was murdered when the three Muslim terrorists detonated an explosive device while she was hiking with her family near Dolev.
Her father Rabbi Eitan and brother Dvir were seriously injured in the terror attack.