Israel’s security agency announced that the Palestinian Muslim suspect, Arafat Irfayia, 29 (right), arrested for the brutal stabbing murder and violent sexual assault of a 19-year-old woman near Jerusalem, confessed to the crime and happily admitted it was ‘nationalistically motivated.’
Times of Israel The Muslim man, identified as Arafat Irfayia, 29, from Hebron, who is affiliated with Hamas and has criminal record, was arrested in Ramallah in connection with the brutal rape and stabbing murder of Ori Ansbacher, and reportedly confessed to the crime during interrogation by IDF forces.
While the Shin Bet security service, which is running the investigation into the brutal murder of Ori Ansbacher (below), says it is still investigating the motive of the detained Palestinian suspect, politicians on Sunday were characterizing the Israeli teen’s death as a terror attack and are calling for the death penalty.
Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan told the Kan public broadcaster on Sunday that the death penalty should be used in certain circumstances. “If the murderer abused his victim and if we understand that there is no way to rehabilitate him, and in cases of the murder of a family, the death penalty should be used,” Erdan said.
“When a Palestinian illegally staying in Israel commits a heinous murder of a Jew, it definitely should be classified as a nationalistically motivated murder,” he said. “It doesn’t matter what he does or doesn’t say in his interrogation. I hope the relevant authorities understand that, and if not — it should be signed into law.”
The United Nations Middle East envoy, Nickolay Mladenov condemned the murder of 19-year-old Ori Ansbacher in a Hebrew-language tweet on Monday.
“I am shocked by the awful murder of 19-year-old Ori Ansbacher, may she rest in peace, at the hands of a Palestinian terrorist in #Jerusalem,” Mladenov wrote. “My sincere condolences go out to Ori’s family. There is no justification for violence and terror. Everyone must denounce brutal acts like these.
Palestinian Muslim savages sing and dance in celebration of the murder of this Israeli girl. What, no candy?