Two Jews were stabbed in separate attacks in Jerusalem on Wednesday, and police are investigating the possibility that one or both of them were terrorist attacks. Arabs are suspected in both knifings.
One man, 52, suffered moderate to serious wounds when he was stabbed by an Arab in a bathroom at Shechem Gate in the Old City.
Police have not called it a terrorist attack, but a medic said the victim told him an Arab terrorist knifed him. Last week, Arabs stabbed two Jew sin the same area on Tisha B’Av.
Earlier, a man described to be in his 40s was stabbed in his stomach and back near the center of the city. He was listed in severe condition at Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital, and police are investigating the motive behind the attack.
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