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Man Seriously Wounded in a Stabbing Attack in Samaria

8 November, 2015   |   6 years ago

A 48-year-old Israeli man was stabbed in his stomach near the town of Alfei Menashe in Samaria, and is moderately to seriously wounded.

The victim, from the town of Emanuel, was stabbed by a terrorist while he was driving near the Palestinian village of Nabi Ilyas. He continued driving until a military checkpoint, where he received treatment and was evacuated to Meir hospital in Kfar Saba.

The attack occured around 13:30 PM on November 8, and is the third terrorist attack in one day.

One Wounded in a Stabbing Attack in Beitar Ilit, Female Attacker Neutralized

8 November, 2015   |   6 years ago

An Israeli security guard was stabbed and lightly wounded at the entrance to the ultra-orthodox community of Beitar Ilit near Jerusalem, around 11:00 AM on Sunday, November 8.

The attacker was shot and wounded by her victim.

 

Car Ramming Terrorist Attack At Tapuach Junction, Injuring At Least 3

8 November, 2015   |   6 years ago

A car-ramming terrorist attack occurred at Tapuach Junction in the Samaria region, in which at least three people were wounded. The terrorist was reportedly shot and killed.

Stabbing Attack In Netanya

2 November, 2015   |   6 years ago

A stabbing attack has been reported to occur in Netanya. The suspect was shot by policeman.

Large numbers of police forces are in the area.

 

Jerusalem: A Palestinian Hit a Woman on the Head with a Glass Bottle and Fled

2 November, 2015   |   6 years ago

A 22-year-old Palestinian from Jabel Mukaber neighborhood attacked a Jewish tourguide with a glass bottle near Jaffa Gate, shortly after 10:30 AM on Monday, November 2.

Police spokesperson said that the man approached the 46-year-old female tourguide while she was working, drew a glass bottle and hit her on the head. She was lightly wounded and was evacuated to Hadassah Ein Kerem hospital.

The attacker attempted to flee, but was pursued and arrested. He was taken for questioning.

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