22 November 2015
Israeli woman stabbed to death by Palestinian terrorist
A Palestinian terrorist stabbed and killed Hadar Buchris (pictured above), 21, as she stood at a bus stop at the Gush Etzion junction in the West Bank.
IDF forces who responded to Sunday’s attack immediately shot and killed the suspected stabber, who was identified as Atzam Tuabata, a 34-year-old resident of Beit Fajar, near Bethlehem in the West Bank.
According to the Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency), Tuabata did not have a criminal record.
Magen David Adom paramedic Zaki Yahav said that when he arrived at the scene he saw “a young woman in her twenties lying unconscious with stab wounds to her upper body on the sidewalk near the bus stop.”
“People at the site had begun to provide first aid and they were trying to stop the bleeding. We quickly moved her into the ambulance and evacuated her to the hospital on a respirator,” Yahav said.
Buchris was pronounced dead at Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem.
The head of Shaare Zedek’s trauma unit, Doctor Ofer Marin said Buchris had multiple stab wounds in her head and chest and was not breathing and did not have a pulse when she arrived. The hospital’s medical staff was unable to revive her, Marin said.
Taxi driver tries to run over, stab Israelis in West Bank
A Palestinian man in a taxi attempted to run over and stab a group of Israelis in the West Bank east of Jerusalem Sunday morning.
One man, 51, was very lightly injured with bruises to his arms, the Magen David Adom rescue service said.
The attack took place at Kfar Adumim junction, and came closely on the heels of another attempted stabbing attack in the northern West Bank.
According to Israel Police and other initial reports, the terrorist, driving a Palestinian taxi, tried to ram his car into a group of Israeli pedestrians.
After failing to hit anybody, he got out of the car and attacked them with a knife.
The stabber was shot and killed by a civilian, police said.
Source: Times of Israel
21 November 2015
13-year-old girl among four wounded in stabbing attack in Kiryat Gat
A 13-year-old girl was among four people stabbed in a terror attack in the southern Israeli city of Kiryat Gat on Saturday evening, Israel Police reported. All four victims were later said to be in moderate condition.
A manhunt was underway for at least one assailant who stabbed the four people in a rampage, which began outside a soccer stadium in the city, before fleeing the area.
Source: Times of Israel
20 November 2015
There was an attempted stabbing on border police on Friday, the attacker was apprehended according to the IDF.