2015 Nice stabbing
|2015 Nice stabbing|
|Part of terrorism in France|
|Date||3 February 2015|
Three soldiers were patrolling outside a Jewish communal building housing a Jewish radio station when Moussa Coulibaly rushed at one of the soldiers with a 20-centimeter (7.8-inch) knife aimed at his throat. Coulibaly only managed to wound that soldier in the face before wounding another soldier in the arm. The bulletproof vests worn by the soldiers prevented more serious injuries.
Moussa Coulibaly, age 30, had previous convictions for armed robbery and drug-related crimes. On 28 January 2015 he flew to Turkey, a popular destination at the time for young Europeans intending to fight for ISIL, but French security authorities contacted Turkish authorities who sent him back to France.
He was questioned by police in December 2014 for aggressively sharing his religious beliefs in a gym in Mantes-la-Jolie, Ile-de-France, where he lived with his parents and siblings. Police found handwritten documents about religion in the hotel room near the Gare de Nice-Ville where he was staying at the time of the attack.
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