Three Israelis stabbed in terrorist attack in the West Bank

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July 26, 2018 21:00
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Three Israeli's were stabbed in Geva Binyamin by a suspected Palestinian terrorist who infiltrated the Israeli community in the West Bank, according to Ma'ariv.

The terrorist was shot and killed while the wounded are being evacuated for emergency medical treatment, according to the IDF 
Spokesperson's Unit.

In response to recent events, IDF soldiers have arrived to Geva Binyamin and are conducting a search of the area, according to the IDF Spokesperson's Unit.

The two victims are severely injured, according to Zaka reports.

This is a developing story.

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