IDF Soldier Wounded in Stabbing Attack

IDF Soldier Wounded in Stabbing Attack

Credit:(Photo: Meir Amrani)

As Israeli authorities continue the search for the terrorist who shot and murdered two people on Sunday, another terror attack has struck the Holy Land. The Times of Israel’s Judah Ari Gross reports that a terrorist stabbed an IDF soldier in the head and torso outside of a West Bank military base:

Two people were injured in a stabbing attack outside an army base in the northern West Bank on Thursday, the army said.

An Israeli soldier was moderately hurt, sustaining stab wounds to the face and upper body. A civilian woman, 26, was lightly injured by a ricochet from shots fired at the assailant, who fled the scene…

Shortly after 1:30 p.m., the stabber attacked the Israeli soldier, a 30-year-old reservist, with a knife, outside the Shomron Regional Brigade headquarters in the northern West Bank, near the Itamar settlement, the Israel Defense Forces said. He then ran away…

The two victims were taken to Petah Tikva’s Beilinson Hospital for treatment.

The reservist sustained stab wounds to the face and upper body. He was fully conscious when he was brought into the hospital, according to his doctors…

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