Wednesday 01 November 2017 at 09: 40 am (228 views)
8 dead in the process of run over and fire in New York .. And Trump refers to the "urging"
Follow-up / Sky Press:
At least eight people were killed and 12 others injured in two run-ins and shootings near the World Trade Center building in New York City, according to the city's mayor. While the US President, Donald Trump, on "Twitter", to the state organization to master the attack, calling to prevent them from entering America.
"A truck hit a number of pedestrians and cyclists on a highway near the World Trade Center building in Manhattan," the mayor was quoted by CNN as saying.
"The attack killed eight people and injured more than 12," said Bell de Plazio, without indicating the seriousness of the injuries.
"According to current information, the attack is a cowardly terrorist act." In his first comment on the incident, US President Donald Trump said in a tweet on Twitter: "It seems like another attack by a very sick and confused person; The law enforcement authority is following the matter closely. "
"We should not allow the (martyrs) to enter our country after their defeat in the Middle East and elsewhere," he said in a second e-mail.
The Associated Press quoted the New York police as saying, in a tweet on Twitter, that it had arrested a person after the incident, suspected of having links to the attack.
According to US media sources, the port of Manhattan is a right-wing extremist named Sam Beyt. But other media reported that the port is a Muslim immigrant from Uzbekistan, arrived in the United States seven years ago, and lived in Florida to New York intended to carry out its operation, which ended Killing eight people, in addition to his arrest.
The US media quickly circulated a lot of information about the port. According to al-Arabiya.net, his name is Saifullah Habib al-Lević Saipov, 29, who has been living in Tampa, Florida, USA since 2010, That he had lived in Ohio before that same year as soon as he arrived in American territory.
The sources say Saipov has a criminal record and precedents, but most of his record includes traffic violations, mostly in Missouri and Pennsylvania.