The man who was shot dead by police after trying to stab his father
The man accused of killing a police officer and stabbing his father in a nursing home in the western Galilee has been charged with murder.
The arrest of Ali Al-Nasser Al-Khashab, 35, was reported by the Israeli police’s military operations unit, Military Intelligence, on Monday.
According to the IDF Spokesman’s Unit, the shooting took place at a nursing facility in the town of Ashkelon, where Al-Zawahiri, the self-proclaimed caliph of the Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL), was staying with his family.
It was not immediately clear whether Al-Mazrahi was under arrest.
Al-Samer Al-Alami, the deputy head of the military operations department, said the investigation into the killing is ongoing.
The investigation into Al-Rawi’s killing will continue, Al-Arabi told The Associated Press on Monday night.
“We will make sure the case is properly handled,” he said.
The killing sparked outrage in Israel, with the Israeli military announcing it was investigating a possible “terrorist attack” by Al-Baghdadi on the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound, which is also revered by Jews.
Al-Bashir, a member of the Sunni Muslim Brotherhood who founded the Islamic Movement of Iraq and the Levant (IML), has led the Islamic extremist group since 2014, when he declared a caliphate in Iraq and Syria.
Alawi has since returned to Syria and led a self-styled caliphate.
In his speech, Alawi called for the establishment of a “caliphate” in Israel and said that Israel is not the only country in the world where it’s “easy to carry out terrorist attacks on Jews.”
Israel has also faced criticism from the U.S. and Europe over its handling of the crisis over the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, which has killed more than 1,000 Palestinians.
Al Jazeera’s Nadim Baba, reporting from Jerusalem, said there is no evidence that Al-Qaeda is planning to carry its ideology into Israel, which would have a significant impact on the Palestinian cause.
Alawites, who make up the majority of the population, have long been targets of Israeli repression.
They make up one of the main religious groups in Syria, Iraq and elsewhere in the Middle East.
In 2014, Alawites and other Sunni Muslims in Syria took part in a revolt that forced the government of President Bashar al-Assad to flee the country.
Al Arabi said that “all efforts have been made to protect the safety of the community, including the families of the deceased”.