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January 25, 2016 12:06 pm

2 Israeli Women Seriously Wounded in Palestinian Stabbing Attack in Community Grocery Store

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The site of Monday evening's terrorist attack in Beit Horon. Photo: MDA.

The site of Monday evening’s terrorist attack in Beit Horon. Photo: MDA.

One Israeli woman was wounded critically, and another woman moderately, in a Palestinian stabbing attack in the settlement of Beit Horon early Monday evening, the Hebrew media reported.

According to Israel’s Channel 2, two knife-wielding terrorists entered the grocery store of the settlement, located north of Jerusalem, and began to stab a woman shopper. They then fled, stabbing a second woman on their way out.

A security guard who caught sight of the terrorists trying to leave the settlement shot and killed them.

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Meanwhile, according to Israeli news site nrg, Magen David Adom paramedics administered first aid to the women, one 23 years old and the other 58, before evacuating them to the Hadassah/Mount Scopus Medical Center and the Shaare Zedek Medical Center, both in Jerusalem.

This is the third attack in which terrorists armed with knives have infiltrated a community and committed an attack. Last week, a pregnant woman in Tekoa was moderately wounded in a stabbing attack, a day after a mother-of-six was stabbed to death in her Otniel home.

UPDATE: Channel 2 reports say that the terrorists entered the settlement armed not only with knives, but with explosives as well.

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