Shatila Abu Iyadh, 22, who carried out a stabbing attack in Rosh HaAyin earlier this month was indicted for attempted murder at the Central District Court in Tel Aviv on Sunday.
According to the indictment, a dream inspired the Kafr Qasem resident to become more religious and kill Jews as part of her new religious obligations to Allah. She set about purchasing the necessary materials to produce a bomb, which she learned to assemble from the internet, and intended to plant the explosives
in two restaurants in Afek industrial park in Rosh HaAyin. She also visited the restaurants a number of times prior, according to the indictment, and made contact with an individual in order to acquire an automatic weapon. However, having failed to purchase a gun or produce a bomb, Iyadh decided to carry out a stabbing attack in which she stabbed one woman in the hand before being overpower and arrested.