Eyewitness to J'lem gay pride attack says perpetrator pushed her out of the way

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July 30, 2015 19:26

 
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An eyewitness to Thursday's Jerusalem Gay Pride stabbing attack spoke to Channel 2 after the incident, claiming to have been an eyewitness the event.

Noah Zinger told Channel 2 that, "I was very close to where the stabbing took place. I was talking to my friend when I felt someone push me out of the way. I turned around and saw the stabber... All of a sudden there was someone on the ground, bleeding."

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