Tel Aviv Nightclub Terrorist Charged
The terrorist who used a stolen car and a knife to injure eight people three weeks ago was charged with attempted murder, grievous assault and additional offenses in the Tel Aviv District Court Monday morning.
Muhammad Sufan, 21 of Kalkilya, rammed a taxicab into security men near the popular HaUman 17 nightclub at around 1:40 a.m. August 29, then got out of the car and began stabbing security men. He was subdued and arrested.
On the night of August 28-9, Sufan entered a taxicab in Tel Aviv, stabbed the driver in the arm, pushed him out of the taxi and kept on driving toward the HaUman 17 nightclub with the intent of committing a terror attack against the people partying there.