TIMES OF ISRAEL
Terrorist was called a ‘ticking bomb’ in the past, was sentenced to 4 years
March 23, 2022
The terrorist who killed four Israelis in Beersheba on Tuesday was reportedly called a “ticking time bomb” by prosecutors in a previous security case and was given a four-year prison sentence. Mohammad Ghaleb Abu al-Qi’an, 34, killed three women and one man in a ramming and stabbing attack in the southern city before being shot to death by armed civilians. He was a terror convict from the Bedouin town of Hura in the Negev who served four years in prison for plotting to join the Islamic State. He was released in 2019. Abu al-Qi’an was an elementary school teacher when he was indicted in 2015 for his affiliation with Islamic State and for attempting to recruit people to the jihadist group. READ MORE
YOUTUBE Arab man stabs four Israelis to death in Israel’s Beersheba; Attacker shot dead by a local WARNING: This is graphic
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