WATCH: Palestinian instructional video on 'how to stab' goes viral on social media

The video was reportedly produced by Hamas-affiliated sympathizers on social media.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
December 28, 2014 12:52

Palestinian instructional video on 'how to stab' goes viral on social media

Palestinian instructional video on 'how to stab' goes viral on social media

 
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Palestinian social media users are disseminating an online video clip instructing people “how to stab” more efficiently.

The video was reportedly produced by Hamas-affiliated sympathizers on social media.

Stabbing attacks have become a frequent method of terrorism used by Palestinians against Israeli in east Jerusalem and the West Bank.

Two Border Police officers were lightly wounded Friday morning when an unidentified Arab man stabbed them in Jerusalem’s Old City. The unprovoked attack came as thousands of Muslims exited the area upon concluding prayers at al-Aksa Mosque.


Last month, two yeshiva students were stabbed in a confrontation with Arab youths near Jaffa Gate in Jerusalem’s Old City.

During that incident, one assailant shouted anti-Semitic slurs.

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