Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Sister of Israel truck terrorist who killed four people ‘thank Allah for his saintly death’

A video has emerged which is said to show al-Qanbar's family watching a news report of the terrorist carrying out the attack

These are the animals, the pigs that the Israelis have to put up with every single day of their lives.

The story comes from the Daily Mail.


Sister of Israel truck terrorist who killed four people ‘thank Allah for his saintly death’ as his victims are laid to rest

The sister of the Israel truck terrorist who killed four soldiers have thanked Allah for his 'saintly death' as the victims are laid to rest.

Fadi al-Qanbar, 28, drove a truck into a crowd of troops in Jerusalem, killing IDF Lieutenant Yael Yekutiel, 20, of Givatayim, Cadet Shir Hajaj, 22, of Maaleh Adumim, Cadet Shira Tzur, 20, from Haifa, and Cadet Erez Orbach, 20, from Alon Shvut.

The terrorist's sister, who said he acted as a lone wolf, seemingly supported her brother by thanking God for choosing him to become a martyr.

Shadia, 28, told Ynet: 'Praise be to Allah that he became a martyr.

'It is the most beautiful kind of saintly death.

'Allah chose him for this martyrdom. Thank God.

'We are patient and we thank Allah for this.'

The father-of-four was shot dead inside the cabin and his victims' families have been mourning the deaths of their loved ones at funerals today.

A video has emerged which is said to show al-Qanbar's family watching a news report of the terrorist carrying out the attack.

The people in the video appear unresponsive in the short clip.

The attack came after months of relative calm which prompted Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to spark debate by suggesting it was inspired by Islamic State.

In an outpouring of grief, the victims' relatives have spoken glowingly of the ambitious soldiers killed in the massacre.

Cadet Hajaj had three younger sisters and was said to be at the top of her class.

Her father told Ynet: 'These are our children, we send them to the army knowing they may not come back.

'Did I ever think this would happen to me? Never.'


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