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June 30, 2016 1:03 pm

2 Israelis Wounded in Palestinian Stabbing Attack in Netanya, Hours After 13-Year-Old Girl Butchered in Kiryat Arba Bedroom

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The aftermath of the Palestinian stabbing attack in Netanya on Thursday evening, which left two Israelis wounded. Photo: Channel 2/Screenshot.

The aftermath of the Palestinian stabbing attack in Netanya on Thursday evening, which left two Israelis wounded. Photo: Channel 2/Screenshot.

Two Israelis were wounded in a Palestinian stabbing attack in Netanya on Thursday evening, the Hebrew media reported.

In the two-pronged attack, which took place in the area of the open-air market in the coastal city, a 45-year-old man was left in critical condition and a 60-year-old woman in moderate condition, after the terrorist — from the Palestinian town of Tulkarm — first attacked the man in the street and then chased the woman into a hair salon and stabbed her there.

The terrorist was shot and killed by a member of Israel’s security forces, while his victims were treated at the scene by paramedics and evacuated to Netanya’s Laniado Hospital.

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According to Israel’s Channel 2, security forces are scouring the area for a possible accomplice who may have fled in a vehicle.

This was the second terrorist attack in Israel on Thursday. In the morning, as The Algemeiner reported, a 13-year-old Kiryat Arba girl was stabbed to death in her bedroom by a 19-year-old Palestinian from the nearby town of Bani Naim.

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