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21.05.2024

Stabbing in the Old City: avrech injured mild to moderate

Orthodox age 33 on his way with two friends back from prayers at the Western Wall - was stabbed near the Damascus Gate • Evacuated in moderate condition to Shaarei Tzedek, with stabbings to his waist and chest • pursuit after stabbers

Stabbing in the Old City: avrech injured mild to moderate

Nationalist attack in the Old City: evening, around 21:10, a Haredi avrech, 33, was stabbed while he was walking along Sultan Suleiman Street in the old city, near the Damascus Gate in Jerusalem.

The victim, an avrech from Geula, was on his way back home from prayers at the Western Wall, along with two of his friends. Stabbing Arabs fled to the Central Station in the Old City. Police forces are searching to locate them.

Wounded - brother of Jerusalem city council member Ashe Mishaeli was treated by a team of MDA Jerusalem, and evacuated in moderate to severe condition, with two stabs in the chest and one in the waist - to Shaarei Tzedek Hospital in Jerusalem, where he was taken into the operating room.

Mishaeli himself asked the public to pray for the avrech Moshe ben Shulamit. "The family trusts the Jerusalem Police and Shin Bet to soon catch the terrorists and their dispatchers."

Hatzalah paramedic told B'Chadrei Charedim that according to the words of the wounded, he was walking with two others, who escaped when the terrorists began to stab him.

Koby Mendelssohn Hatzalah driver, who handled the event: "I came to the scene and gave first aid, along with a team of MDA MICU to the wounded who was stabbed in the chest and hand. The wounded is being evacuated at this time to the trauma room at Shaarei Zedek Hospital; his condition is defined medium to severe."

Ariel Littman, MDA paramedic and a driver, said a conversation with B'Chadrei Charedim that following the bustle and young people gathering in the stabbing area, "30-35 year-old patient was brought to us with the assistance of the police, suffering stabs in the chest and waist. He was under pressure and did not really understand why the hassle around him and during the evacuation to the hospital received initial medical treatment."

Hospital spokesperson, Shoham Rubio, told B'Chadrei Charedim "the victim's condition is considered mild to moderate. Stabbing is not deep."

Western Wall rabbi, Rabbi Shmuel Rabinowitz, said: "I am shocked by the criminal act of harming the Jews who came to weep over the destruction of the Temple and call the police to put their hand on the terrorists and their dispatchers. I hope that throughout the next month of Ramadan protection would be greater on roads leading to the wall, so that such circumstances do not repeat themselves."

Please pray for Moshe ben Shulamit for a refua shleima.

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