On the evening of Friday 7th of April, a car launched on the mass on the Tel Aviv seafront swamped a group of Italian tourists and three British people in critical conditions. Alessandro Parini, a 35-year-old man, and an Italian lawyer died in the attack, and two Italian people were injured. He died before arriving at the hospital. Israeli police have confirmed that the perpetrator of last night's terrorist attack in Tel Aviv is an Israeli Arab from Kfar Kassem, located twenty-five kilometers northeast of Tel Aviv. Two agents neutralised the alleged terrorist who arrived at the site of the attack. Suddenly the car leapt onto the pavement, sticking along the bikes, and pushed the scooter lane, overturning on the grass. The terrorist jumped out, but plain-clothes police officers took him killed surrounding him.
The area where the attack happened is very popular with tourists, who frequently flock during the Easter holidays. Hamas and Islamic Jihad did not fail to express their satisfaction with the attack described as "a high-level operation". Recently, there have been missile raids in the Gaza Strip and Lebanon.
Their relatives describe with few words the features that Alessandro had “simplicity, confidentiality, and modesty. Where he has arrived at his goals – they add – do not know anyone, just the study for which he worked. Alessandro was like that.”
The Italian group involved in the attack will return to Italy on the 8th of April. One of the wounded is called Roberto Nicoli, AdnKronos diplomatic sources tell. Embassy staff carried them in the early afternoon at Tel Aviv Ben Gurion airport, where they will take a direct flight to Rome.
"Horror and dismay for the cowardly attack". The Farnesina commented on the story, and Giorgia Meloni, President of the Council of Ministers of the Italian Republic, "expresses deep condolences for the death of one of our compatriots, Alessandro Parini, in the terrorist attack that took place in Tel Aviv" reports a note from Palazzo Chigi. "President Meloni - reads the statement - expresses closeness to the victim's family, to the injured, and solidarity with the State of Israel for the cowardly attack that hit him".
Alessandro Parini, addressing his family and friends’ feelings of condolence and closeness of the Republic and his personal. He also expressed his condolences to Isaac Herzog, the President of the State of Israel. Meloni and the government are in contact with the Israeli authorities to follow up on updates and the possible involvement of other Italian citizens in the attack. Meloni and the government connected with the Israeli authorities to follow up on updates and the possible involvement of other Italian citizens in the attack.
Sergio Mattarella, The President of the Republic, had expressed his execration for the cowardly terrorist act which, in Tel Aviv, together with the wounding of others." We heard the sound of the car passing by us, then after shots we dispersed. When we went back, we saw Alessandro lying on the ground in blood", after being hit by the car. That is the story of one of the young Italians who were part of the group of tourists involved in last night's attack in Tel Aviv - perpetrated by an Israeli Arab. "We had just arrived in the city - he continued - we were going to join the other half of the party in a restaurant in Jaffa".
Meanwhile, in Tel Aviv, a spontaneous rally has formed in the place where Alessandro Parini had been killed. Townspeople left flowers and candles next to a photo of him.
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