Jerusalem hit-and-run terrorist was staunch Hamas supporter

Screen capture from a video showing shot and injured Abdel Rahman Al-Shaludi lying on the ground after he drove a car into a crowd of pedestrians at a light rail stop in Jerusalem.

The Palestinian terrorist who drove his car into a crowd of pedestrians in Jerusalem on Wednesday night was the nephew of a top Hamas commander, and had posted multiple messages on the internet supporting Hamas and Palestinian terror groups, including suicide attackers.

Abdel Rahman Al-Shaludi, 21, used his Facebook account to share pictures, videos, and links to websites that identify with Hamas, as well as making repeated calls for the defense of Al-Aqsa, the mosque that stands atop Jerusalem’s Temple Mount, Ynet reported on Thursday.

According to Palestinian media, his uncle was Mohiyedine Sharif, a master bomb-maker for Hamas who was assassinated in 1998, apparently during internal conflicts between Palestinian militias…

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