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Israeli Woman Wounded in Stabbing Attack at Gush Etzion Gas Station

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The scene of Wednesday afternoon's stabbing attack in Gush Etzion that left a woman moderately wounded. Photo: Gush Etzion Spokesman's Office.

The scene of Wednesday afternoon’s stabbing attack in Gush Etzion that left a woman moderately wounded. Photo: Gush Etzion Spokesman’s Office.

A few minutes after Israeli soldiers thwarted a stabbing attack in Hebron on Wednesday afternoon, a woman was stabbed near the Gush Etzion junction, according to Hebrew press reports.

The woman, approximately 40 years old, was stabbed while filling her car with gas.

General Director of Magen David Adom Eli Bin told Israel’s Channel 2 that the woman was being treated on location by paramedics, but had not yet been evacuated to the hospital, due to the fact that the knife was still lodged in her back.

The terrorist was apprehended by security services.

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