Nazareth man allegedly stabs wife's lover to death

January 15, 2009 09:05


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A 31-year-old Upper Nazareth man was stabbed to death on Wednesday night, allegedly by a man who suspected him of having an affair with his wife. From an initial investigation it arose that the suspect, a 47-year-old Nazareth resident, had arrived at the victim's house on Wednesday night and stabbed him. Magen David Adom responded to a call from the victim, who was in a critical condition, close to midnight Wednesday. Medics evacuated the man to Afula's Emek Hospital and tried to stabilize his condition, but he died of his wounds shortly after arriving at the hospital. The suspect was arrested, and was being investigated by police.

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