Woman seriously wounded in TA stabbing, ex-husband arrested

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April 9, 2010 11:00

 
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A 41-year-old woman was seriously wounded on Friday morning when she was stabbed on Tel Aviv’s Moshe Dayan Street.

Police spotted her lying on the sidewalk and she told them a masked man had stabbed her in the upper body, taken her bag and fled.

The woman’s ex-husband was arrested on suspicion of involvement in the incident. Police said he had got out of jail two years ago where he had served time for stabbing her, and stressed that they were exploring the possibility that he had attacked her again in revenge for filing the complaint which led to his imprisonment. The man's relative was also arrested.



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