A pair of sisters are the latest Palestinian terrorists to be caught by the IDF plotting explosive attacks, as online incitement and terrorist propaganda continues to influence both sides of the gender barrier. An IDF press release said pipe bombs, homemade explosive materials, and Hamas paraphernalia were found in the terror sisters’ home—and one of the women confessed to watching videos online on how to make explosives.
That sister also was “exposed to and driven by online incitement and radical Islamic content propagating, promoting and encouraging Palestinian women to take an active part in the acts of terrorism against Israelis,” said the press release. The other sister was involved in hiding the weapons.
The IDF arrested the sisters in a joint operation with the Israeli Security Agency (ISA). Israeli Prime Minister spokesman Ofir Gendelman said on Twitter the sisters were 18-year-old twins, just another example of teenagers being led to Palestinian terror.
Gendelman, quoting the ISA, tweeted, “There is growing usage of the internet in the PA for producing weapons to use in terror attacks and to disseminate incitement.”
(By Joshua Spurlock, www.themideastupdate.com, January 26, 2015)