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Two IDF Soldiers Stabbed at Settlement Entrance

A female IDF soldier holding a rifle stands guard outside of Nablus (Photo: flickr/IDF)

After an IDF reservist was beaten and stabbed in his own home earlier, two more IDF soldiers have been injured by terrorists. The Times of Israel reports that the two soldiers were stabbed by terrorists outside of Nablus:

Two Israeli soldiers were lightly injured in a stabbing attack inside an Israeli settlement in the central West Bank Wednesday evening, the second such attack in the area in a day.

The stabbing took place at the entrance to the settlement of Har Bracha, outside Nablus. Initial reports indicated there had been two assailants.

After stabbing two soldiers, the attackers escaped the scene, with some reports indicating they had stolen at least one gun from one of the soldiers.

One victim suffered a wound to his neck and the other had light injuries, according to the Magen David Adom rescue service.

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