Israel arrests Italian Jihad-sympathizers who painted a mural of convicted female terrorist
Israeli border police on Saturday arrested two Italian Jihad-sympathizers who were painting a mural of a convicted female terrorist, Ahed Tamimi, on the Israeli security barrier in Bethlehem, according to Arab officials.
The Palestine Liberation Organization terror group said on Twitter that Israeli forces had arrested the two Italian ‘artists’ and another Muslim who was with them.
Muslima terrorist Tamimi, now 17, was sent to prison after being filmed kicking and slapping an IDF soldier outside her home in the terror nest of Nabi Saleh, while she was streamed live on Facebook by her mother.
In another video, Tamimi called on Muslim terrorists to perpetrate suicide attacks, stabbing and rock throwing attacks in order to murder Jews.
She was sentenced in March to eight months in jail after reaching a plea deal.
As part of the agreement, Tamimi pleaded guilty to four counts of assault, including the videotaped slapping of an Israeli soldier. In addition to the eight month jail sentence, she was to pay a fine of 5,000 shekels ($1,437).
She is due to be released on Sunday.
Her father, Muslim terrorist Bassem Tamimi, said Saturday that “we expect her to lead” in the Jihad against Israel.