Place of Birth: Jerusalem, Israel;
Sanad al-Tourman is the East Jerusalem terrorist who carried out a vehicular ramming attack on February 6 which injured 12 off-duty IDF soldiers in Jerusalem.
The Jerusalem District Attorney’s Office filed an indictment against Sanad al-Tourman, 25, from the A-Tur neighborhood with the Jerusalem District Court on charges of attempted murder.
The 12 IDF soldiers were wounded around 2:00 a.m as they were passing by the First Station, a popular entertainment spot on the city’s David Remez Street, during a heritage tour ahead of their swearing in ceremony at the Western Wall.
The soldiers were not able to shoot at the driver before he fled the scene of the attack. One of the soldiers, aged 20, was evacuated in critical condition to Shaare Zedek Medical Center, but by late February was improving.
The others were lightly injured and evacuated to hospital. The suspect’s car was found near Beit Jala, sparking an extensive manhunt.
The attack was believed to be part of a spike in terror that occurred after the Trump administration’s “Deal of the Century” for resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict was rolled out.
At this moment, no connections were found with this entity.
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