Ra’anana stabber indicted for attempted murder

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November 15, 2015 18:52

 
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The Central District Attorney’s Office on Sunday filed an indictment with the Lod District Court against Tarik Davik, 22 from east Jerusalem for attempted murder during a stabbing attack on October 13.

Calling out “Alahu Akbar,” Davik allegedly attacked and seriously wounded a Jewish man at a bus stop for bus 98 on Ahuza Street with a knife that he had hidden in his pant’s packet.

Eventually, bystanders helped the victim overpower and subdue Davik, with the victim surviving the attack.

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