Initial report: Israeli man, 20, lightly injured in stabbing attack near Hebron

December 4, 2015 01:06


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An Israeli citizen was stabbed by a Palestinian attacker late Thursday evening near the Tel Rumeida outpost in Hebron. It is unclear yet whether the victim was an Israeli soldier.

Magen David Adom medical services arrived on the scene and transported the man to Shaare Zedek Hospital for treatment. The two attackers have been neutralized.

This is a developing story. 

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