Netanyahu to visit terror attack victims at Jerusalem hospitals

By DANA SOMBERG
October 5, 2015 18:42

 
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After the end of the Simchat Torah holiday on Monday evening, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was scheduled to visit a number of Israelis wounded in Palestinian terror over the last few days. 

The prime minister was set to visit Adel Bennett and her toddler son, who were wounded in the Jerusalem stabbing attack in the Jerusalem's Old City on Saturday, at Hadassah University Medical Center in Jerusalem's Ein Kerem. Two Israeli men were killed in that attack.  

Netanayhu will also visit an Israeli teenager, Moshe Malka, who was stabbed in at a gas station near Jerusalem's Old City on Sunday morning and evacuated to Shaare Zedek Medical Center in the capital in moderate condition.

Netanyahu will convene a cabinet meeting on Monday night to discuss the latest security assessments on the ground.

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