Israeli Leftist indicted for planning terror attacks against Israel
An Israeli Leftist who lives in a 'Palestinian refugee' camp is one of three people who has been arrested and charged with organizing a cell to carry out terror attacks against Israel
. (He is not in the picture above).
The suspect, 22-year-old Amir Eyan, who resides in the Nur al-Shams
refugee camp near Tulkarem, contacted an Islamic Jihad operative during
Operation Pillar of Defense in November and discussed with him the
possibility of obtaining weapons to carry out attacks against Jews,
according to the indictment.
Eyan, the Islamic Jihad operative and a third Palestinian man formed a
terror cell in January, the indictment added. The cell planned on
producing weapons and explosive devices and to obtain guns to carry out
shooting attacks against Israeli military targets.
The cell was
arrested after a Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) probe into their
activities. The Shin Bet probe found that the men planned to buy a lathe
worth NIS 70,000 to make weapons.
Eyan was charged with conspiracy to commit crime and participation in an illegal organization.
His two partners in the cell were still being investigated by the military advocate-general.
He ought to be charged with treason.
Labels: Palestinian terrorism, traitor