Family celebrates stabber’s b-day with terror cake

The cake for Mohammed Said Ali features a photograph of the moment he stabbed a Border Policeman.

Gil Ronen ,

Stabbing in Jerusalem
Stabbing in Jerusalem

The family of Mohammed Said Ali, who was shot dead after he stabbed a Border Policeman at Damascus Gate on October 10, celebrated his 20th birthday with an unusual birthday cake.

A photograph showing the moment of the stabbing had been printed on the cake’s icing, and the writing on the cake said: “Mohammed Ali – the knife commando.”

His mother proudly had her photograph taken with the cake in the Arab newspaper Al Quds Al’an.

The terrorist had come from the village of Shuafat north of Jerusalem to carry out the attack.

Two Border Policemen were wounded by the terrorist’s stabbing and a third who was wounded by stray gunfire targeting the terrorist.

The terrorist pulled out his knife after the Border Policemen asked him to show identification papers.