Incitement on Facebook: 'Spill blood on the Dome of the Rock'

Security forces arrest senior PA official who published material inciting against Jews and said he missed 'people like Hitler and Eichmann.'

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IDF and Shin Bet forces arrested an Arab from the village of Beit Awwa in the South Hevron Hills on suspicions of incitement and support for a hostile organization.

The suspect, Nagy Mohammed Alswiti, a senior employee in the office of the PA preventive security chief in Jenin, published content on Facebook in which he called for violent acts against Jews, and expressed praise and support for acts of terror.

The suspect called on his Facebook page to "spill blood on the Dome of the Rock."

Likewise, the suspect published the pictures of Adolf Hitler and Adolf Eichmann, noting that he missed “people like them.”

According to Shin Bet forces, “Incitement on the internet and, in particular, on social networks, inflames passions, and can lead to the perpetration of terror acts.”

Yesterday, an indictment was submitted against the suspect for incitement. “The Shin Bet will continue to monitor and prevent incitement to terror on the internet,” the security forces said.