Terror victim remains in serious condition

November 18, 2017 22:18
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Terror victim Even Ezer Holaring, 35, remained in serious condition on Saturday night after he was wounded in an attack at the Gush Etzion junction on Friday morning.

Both he and the second victim, David Ramatii, 70, are from the Kiryat Arba settlement.On Friday morning Palestinian teenager Izz al-Din Ali Abu Rmeishan Karajeh, 17, run over Ramati near the Efrat settlement injuring him in the head.

He then drove to the Gush Etzion junction where he ran over Holaring. Karaieh then stopped the car and got out holding a knife in his hand.

It assumed he planned to stab one of the soldiers at the junction. The soldier saw the knife and shot the terrorist, also seriously wounding him.

The IDF then raided Karajieh’s home in Halhul searching for weapons. The Civil Administration has rescinded his family’s work permits.

Holaring immigrated to Israel from India. He is a father of five and a member of the Bnei Menashe community in Kiryat Arba.

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