Outrage: 16-year prison sentence to the Muslim terrorist who helped in 2017 Temple Mount attack
Sixteen years in prison were sentenced to the Muslim terrorist who assisted in the 2017 Temple Mount terror attack in which two Israeli Druze policemen, Ha’il Satawi and Kamil Shanan were murdered.
Muslim terrorist Amjad Jabarin, an Israeli Arab from the terror nest of Um el-Fahem, was unanimously convicted by a three-judge panel.
Jabarin knowingly assisted the three Muslim terrorists who murdered two police officers outside the Temple Mount compound two years ago.
He transported the three terrorists to Jerusalem, spoke with them about their plans ahead of time, and “even offered to join them in carrying out the attack on at least two occasions.”
Kamil’s father, former MK Shakib Shanan, protested the shameful sentence in the courtroom.
On July 14, 2017, Ha’il and Kamil were murdered in a terror attack when three Muslim terrorists opened fire at Police forces at Jerusalem’s Temple Mount.
Kamil was murdered on the spot, and Hayil, having heard the gunfire, rushed over. He managed to fire off one shot at one of the terrorists before he too was murdered.
Ha’il Satawi, 30, from Maghar, was in the Border Police during his army service and in 2012 enlisted as a patrol officer at the Border Police’s Temple Mount Unit.
Kamil Shanan, 22, from Hurfeish, started serving as a patrol officer in the same unit seven months before the terror attack. He was the son of former MK Shachiv Shanan.
The three Muslim terrorists, who were identified as Israeli Arab citizens from the terror nest of Umm al-Fahm, were shot and eliminated on the spot.
Moments 3 Muslim terrorists being shot and eliminated following exchange of fire after terror attack on Temple Mt wounding 3 Israelis. pic.twitter.com/WA9aBlLcxV
— Behind The News (@Behind__News) July 14, 2017