Italian Police Searching for Attacker Who Stabbed Orthodox Jew in Milan
Italian authorities have stepped up security measures at major Jewish sites across the country after an Orthodox Jewish man was stabbed in Milan in a possible antisemitic attack.
Nathan Graff, a 40-year-old Israeli citizen who was visiting the city, was attacked in front of a kosher restaurant on Thursday evening. The attacker came at Graff from behind and stabbed him with a knife at least seven times before fleeing, according to reports in the Italian media.
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