Terror in Jerusalem: 2 wounded in stabbing attack – Muslim terrorist shot and eliminated
A 50-year-old Israeli man was critically wounded Friday morning by a Muslim terrorist in a stabbing attack in Jerusalem’s Old City, and another lightly wounded.
The Muslim terrorist was shot and eliminated by Police officers at the scene.
The attack occurred in the early morning, around 6:20 am.
The terrorist, a resident of the Palestinian Authority, carried out the first stabbing and then started running away, stabbing a second person, and was eventually shot and eliminated by security forces.
The 19-year-old Muslim terrorist first stabbed a 50-year-old near Damascus Gate. He was stabbed in the neck and head and his condition is critical.
The second attack occurred near Hurva Synagogue, in the Old City’s Jewish Quarter. An 18-year-old Israeli guy was stabbed in the back, suffering moderate wounds.
In addition, a 40-year-old Muslim terrorist was arrested Friday morning at the Qalandiya crossing near Jerusalem after a knife was found hidden in his clothes during a security check.
Later on Friday, a Muslim terrorist was shot and eliminated and another terrorist was wounded by security forces after attempting to infiltrate from the Arab territories in the Bethlehem area into Israel.
The terrorist has been identified by the PA health ministry as 16-year-old Abdullah Ghaith.