Tel Aviv Sarona terrorists convicted of multiple murder
The two Palestinian terrorists who shot up Tel Aviv’s Sarona market in 2016 were convicted Monday of four counts of murder and 41 counts of attempted murder. The cousins Mohammad Mahmara and Khaled Mahmara, aged 21 and residents of the Hebron suburb of Yatta, each wielded a Carl Gustav assault rifle for spraying the crowd on the Islamic Ramadan festival that year. According to the indictment, the two terrorists also held ready 12-inch knives and rat poison for dipping the blades.
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islam spreading its sweetness and light again.
Well, after all it is the religion of piss…