Arab terrorists in Israel told to poison their knives to more easily kill Jews
By Dalit Halevy
The Hamas paper Al-Risala published an interview with a terrorist on Tuesday, who called for the current wave of Arab terror attacks plaguing Israel to be escalated by poisoning the knives used to stab Jews.
The interviewee, Amar Abu Sarhan, stabbed three Israelis in October 1990 and was jailed until being released in the 2011 Gilad Shalit deal, which saw 1,027 terrorists go free.
Abu Sarhan was praised in the interview as a pioneer of the “knife intifada” of 1990, and he called on young Arabs to follow his example and murder Jews in stabbing attacks.
Describing the advantages of conducting a stabbing attack, he said it is a lone activity that is difficult to thwart, and that it is a more painful way of being murdered than by gunfire.
Significantly, Abu Sarhan suggesting rubbing poison on the blade of the knife before conducting an attack, in a chilling recommendation for future terrorists.
The terrorist’s words bring to mind the troubling phenomenon of poisoned bombs, which Hamas back in 2001 claimed detonating in attacks against Israeli civilians.
At the time the Israeli Health Ministry
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