Stabbing Attack Thwarted in Hebron; Palestinian Shot

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An Israeli army post in Hebron.
An Israeli army post in Hebron. Credit: Moti Milrod
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Palestinian shot after attempting stabbing

An attempted stabbing is reported at an Israeli army post in Hebron.

A Palestinian woman who tried to attack Israeli soldiers was shot with a rubber bullet, and is receiving medical care. No other casualties were reported.

One person wounded in stabbing

One person was wounded in a stabbing attack in Beit Sahour, a Palestinian town east of Bethlehem. He was rushed to the hospital with a light knife wound to the neck.

On Saturday, three people were wounded, one seriously, in a stabbing attack in the central city of Raanana. A 20-year-old Palestinian man from the West Bank village of Tamun, near Jenin, was arrested as a suspect, after a brief chase.

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