Initial report: Attempted stabbing in Hebron

It was the third attack of the day, the second in Hebron.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 19, 2016 21:33
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Early Monday night there was an attempt to stab a soldier in the neighborhood Abu Sanina in Hebron during patrols in the area.

The terrorist was neutralized by security forces without gunshots, was arrested and taken to investigation.

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It was the third attack of the day, the second in Hebron.

Following a spate of nine attacks over the past four days in Jerusalem and the West Bank, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has called for heightened security.

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