Kalkilya man convicted over south Tel Aviv terror attack

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March 4, 2012 11:27

 
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The Tel Aviv district court convicted a 21-year-old Kalkilya man of attempted murder on Sunday in connection with a terror attack in south Tel Aviv last August.

Mohammed Bin Said Zofran was also convicted of injury with serious intent, robbery, illegal residency and conspiracy to commit a crime.

Eight people were injured in the attack, in which Zofran carjacked a taxi at knife-point and rammed it into border-police officers Or Hakim and Albert Sabah and a civilian bystander, Itay Weinberg, before stabbing several others.

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