A Jordanian citizen was indicted on Tuesday in Amman for allegedly planning to cross the border into Israel with the intention of committing a terrorist attack.
The indictment claimed that the suspect, 29-year-old Khaled Muhammad, recruited and trained four friends to implement the plan, and purchased three AK-47 submachine guns for that purpose.
All five suspects have been arrested, Israel Radio reported.
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