The motorcyclist who was moderately injured after being hit by a car on Thursday in Tel Aviv, the police: suspected of an attack (Uri Sela)
An indictment was filed today (Friday) against Ali Hamed, a 31-year-old resident of the Palestinian Authority, for a stampede attack he carried out in Tel Aviv on ideological nationalist grounds.
In an incident that occurred about two weeks ago on Abarbanal Street in the city, a scooter rider in his 30s was moderately injured.
According to the indictment, Hamed decided to harm the Jews in revenge for the death of his cousin who was shot by IDF soldiers - after he opened fire on an outpost. He is charged with acts of terrorism, attempted murder, serious injury under aggravated circumstances, entering or staying in Israel in violation of the law, and driving without a license. driver's license. A request was submitted against him for detention until the end of the proceedings.
The indictment filed by lawyer Amit Schloss-Lazerovitz indicates that the suspect entered Israel on December 8 without having a residence permit or a driver's license.
He noticed the victim, Gilad Tanami, standing on the sidewalk near the scooter - and decided to murder him because he was Jewish.
At this point, he accelerated his travel speed, went up with his vehicle on the sidewalk and collided with Tanami with force.
As a result, the victim was thrown into the air and thrown to the ground.
He suffered many injuries and was rushed to the Ichilov Hospital in the city for medical treatment.
Hamed continued his journey while dragging the scooter and hitting other vehicles - until he collided with a pole and stopped.
The victim in the incident recounted the incident and said that his life was saved after he was pulled back by a friend who was standing near him.
"I met a friend outside a synagogue and while we were talking I raised my head and saw a car speeding up in my direction," he said.
"The friend next to me took a step back and pulled me, he saved my life," he said.
"I flew in the air, he continued with my motorcycle under the car for about 40 meters and then he got stuck on a pole. Let him be given the most severe punishment."
An eyewitness to the incident told Walla: "There were crazy crews blocking streets. At first they said it was a normal accident, but it didn't look like that."
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