Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary
fall into the hands of
: to come to be held or possessed by (someone)
▪ Officials are concerned that the stolen weapons may fall into the hands of terrorists. [=that terrorists may get/obtain the stolen weapons]
Can I say "fall into terrorists' hands" in place of "fall into the hands of terrorists"?
- fall into the hands of me
- fall into my hands
Do both sound good?
- fall into the hands of me No. You could say "fall into these hands of mine" but you would get strange looks if you did.
- fall into my hands Yes.