A hadith depicts Muhammad saying: “The last hour would not come unless the Muslims will fight against the Jews and the Muslims would kill them until the Jews would hide themselves behind a stone or a tree and a stone or a tree would say: Muslim, or the servant of Allah, there is a Jew behind me; come and kill him; but the tree Gharqad would not say, for it is the tree of the Jews.” (Sahih Muslim 6985)
“‘Muhammed appeared in a dream, inspired me to kill Jews,’” Arutz Sheva, April 17, 2016:
When Shatila Abu Iyadh set out two weeks ago to murder Jews in Rosh Ha’ayin, she was acting on orders she had received – in a dream.
The 22-year-old Kfar Qassem resident was indicted on Sunday on charges of attempted murder.
Two weeks ago, Abu Iyadh left her home in Kfar Qassem, and made her way to the nearby Afek industrial park, in between Rosh Ha’ayin and Kfar Qassem.
Armed with two knives, Abu Iyadh looked for potential targets as she walked down HaMelacha Street, eventually singling out 30-yearold Reut Weitzman, a mother of three from nearby Kfar Saba.
After stabbing Weitzman, Abu Iyadh was eventually neutralized and captured.
A day after the attack, Abu Iyadh’s family denied the incident was terrorism.
Her knives, Abu Iyadh’s mother claimed, “were for making salad”.
“She’s dieting. She always carries fruit and a knife with her in her bag to make salads.”
Abu Iyadh’s family suggested that she may have been attacked or insulted, resulting in the incident.
According to today’s indictment, however, Abu Iyadh’s motives were clear – and set far in advance of her attack.
Abu Iyadh reportedly had dreamed of the Islamic prophet Muhammed prior to her terror attack. The dream apparently inspired her to become more religiously observant.
Her vision of Muhammed also convinced her, however, of the need to kill Jews.
As part of her newfound religious zeal, Abu Iyadh began planning a series of lone-wolf terror attacks against Jews in the neighboring town of Rosh Ha’ayin…