Two Arab-Israeli Electric Corporation employees stabbed in Shuafat

Two Arab-Israeli Electri

By ABE SELIG
December 16, 2009 11:21

 
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Two Israel Electric Corporation employees were wounded, one severely in the neck and the other lightly in the hip, after a Shuafat resident stabbed them in a Electric Corporation building in the northeast Jerusalem neighborhood on Wednesday morning. According to police, the resident attacked the Arab-Israeli employees in a culmination of an ongoing feud between the man and the corporation, which cut the man's electricity flow after the alleged assailant failed to pay his bills. The suspect is currently in police custody and undergoing questioning. Jpost.com staff contributed to this report.

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