The 36-year-old Herzliya resident suspected of stabbing an Israeli Arab municipal worker on Monday admitted to carrying out the attack for nationalistic reasons, police said.
The victim, 28, told police that his attacker had yelled out, "death to Arabs," before stabbing him in the shoulder and lightly wounding him.
The suspect was scheduled to be arraigned at Tel Aviv Magistrate's Court on Tuesday morning.
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