Accomplice helped terrorists bring weapons into Temple Mount
Security footage from cameras in the Old City shows the terrorists making their way through Herod's Gate without the firearms used in the attack followed by an accomplice carrying the weapons; they are then shown entering al-Aqsa without the weapons and leaving with them.
The three terrorists who carried out Friday's deadly attack on the Temple Mount had an accomplice who helped them bring the firearms they used into the complex, security footage from the Old City shows.
One of the terrorists was even stopped and questioned by police before the attack, but was let go because he was not carrying any weapons or raise any suspicions.
The Israeli Arab terrorists arrived at the Temple Mount by bus from Umm al-Fahm and entered the Old City through Herod's Gate.
Their accomplice entered through the same gate later, carrying a bag with the weapons used in the attack.
Later, the four entered the al-Aqsa Mosque, where the accomplice delivered the weapons to the terrorists.
The accomplice was then captured by security cameras leaving the Old City without the bag, while one of the terrorists was seen leaving al-Aqsa with the same bag.
The terrorists then left to change clothes and returned with the weapons hidden on their person.
The security footage clears the employees of the Jerusalem Islamic Waqf of suspicion, as it proves they were not involved in bringing the weapons into the Temple Mount complex.