Killed the terrorist who planned the attack in Tel Aviv during operation “pillar”

זירת האירוע, הבוקר. צילום: דובר צה”ל

During detention, Petach aati bomber Mohammad fire at troops.
Our forces returned fire, and the bomber was killed. He was responsible for the bus bombing in Tel Aviv in November 2012, where 29 civilians were injured.

תאריך: 22/10/2013, 10:11    
מחבר: מערכת אתר צה”ל

עמוד ענן

In a joint army, Shin Bet and Israel Police, killed in the morning (Tuesday) aati bomber Mohammad, the planners of Tel Aviv bus bombing last year, during operation “pillar”.

Aati, born in 1985 to House, imprisoned several times in the past for military action within Islamic Jihad organization. He was in Tel Aviv bombing planners at cargo
In Nov 2012, when riding near the campus and wounded 29 civilians out of him. Since that
The acting aati as pets. After many successful efforts to locate the resting place.

Givati forces arrived to arrest the terrorist, he gathered intelligence for months. During the operation, the terrorist and firearms while holed up in a cave. The forces responded quickly and accurately and in an exchange of gunfire that also required using grenades and other means. Benjamin Division responsible for the sector attracted
The inquiries at the scene in order to exhaust him evidence and intelligence.

Fofana’s two accomplices were detained alongside two of Muhammad Ibrahim aati, 83, of Benjamin, was jailed in the past for military activity in Palestinian Islamic Jihad and Abu Abdullah Suleiman, 91 aati from Naama, jailed in similar circumstances. The two went to investigate.

Security Minister Moshe Ya’alon (logical) addressed the event and said that was “an important operation that eliminated popular was responsible for the attack in Tel Aviv last year, an attack which wounded 29 civilians on a bus near the campus. It requested the same attack last year-old resident of Beit Liqya, who was hiding in a cave. Present and important activities of, other intelligence officials, IDF, Israel, who is the rogue operation and ours are no casualties “.

Translated from Hebrew