Arab Israeli teens indicted in Ramle stabbing wanted to be 'martyrs'

Two Arab Israeli teenage girls were indicted Thursday for a stabbing attack last week in which they wounded a security guard at the Central Bus Station in Ramle.
The two 13-year-olds were accused of attempted murder in efforts to become "shadeedat" (Arabic for martyrs) and kill for the sake of religion.
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