Israeli man brutally stabbed to death by a Muslim terrorist in Gush Etzion
A 40-year-old Israeli man was critically wounded and later died from his injuries in a terror attack on Sunday after being stabbed by a Muslim terrorist at the entrance to Harim shopping center, visited by Israeli and Palestinian Authority residents.
The Israeli man has been identified as Hasbara warrior and Israel advocate Ari Fuld, a resident of the Jewish community of Efrat and a father of four.
The Muslim terrorist, a 16-year-old from the terror nest of Yatta near Hevron, was shot and neutralized by his victim, a civilian who was passing by and a security guard.
“Following reports of an attack at the Gush Etzion Junction, a terrorist arrived at a mall adjacent to the junction armed with a knife and stabbed a civilian, severely injuring him. An additional civilian who was at the scene neutralized the terrorist. IDF troops are operating at the scene,” the IDF said in a statement.
The shopping center where the terror attack took place has recently decided to close its parking lot to Palestinian Authority vehicles due to a large number of terror attacks that occurred there over the recent past. In addition, Israeli troops were stationed at every traffic junction near the mall.