He told the court he intended "to disrupt my ex-romantic partner's life and cause her great distress" after she had ended their relationship.
Included is the name of Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi, an Egyptian national with a Qatari passport who uses Qur'an to justify suicide bombing against Israel.
This is the second gang of antiquities robbers that has been caught in the past two weeks in northern Israel.
One of the group was detained after he became aggressive with police officers. Others were simply charged.
No one was in any of the buildings at the time the threats were made.
The suspect was taken into custody and transferred to security personnel for questioning.
Unexpectedly, the police closed the Temple Mount to Muslims visitors and not to Jews following the attack on a Jewish group.
'The president can, as a matter of constitutional law, direct the attorney general, and his subordinate, the director of the FBI, tell them what to do.'
The ad, filled with lies, was a bid for sympathy for convicted, vicious killers who whine after being forced to pay for their crimes.
The episode underscores the growing links between the criminal and terrorist worlds in the Israeli Arab community.
The terrorist was shot twice by the police officer he attacked, and though he wasn't killed he was brought down by the gunfire.
“Stamford Hill Shomrim are in touch with the Metropolitan Police Service and have urged the local community to be vigilant and report anything suspicious."
"Many of us in the British Muslim community have been demanding action against these extremists to no avail," said Ramadham Foundation head Mohammed Shafiq.
“No one, be they civilian leaders or citizens, will decide for the Israel Police whether or not to carry out a routine enforcement operation.”
"They stand up in Knesset and say they want law enforcement against crime and lawlessness – but it’s impossible to have it both ways."
MK Odeh: "The least the police can do now is allow residents to protest as they please without police endangering them and their safety."
The man's Glock was stolen from him by the attacker.
The wanted men were transferred for questioning by security forces. The seized evidence was handed over to security forces.
"We are pleased Kent Police are working to identify suspects, but it should never have been necessary to pressure them to do so."
The attack plot was aimed at discouraging non-Islamic visitors from coming to the Temple Mount.