The recent wave of attacks continued across Israel on Friday, when a 15-year-old Haredi Jew was stabbed on Shaul Hanavi Street in Jerusalem by and was lightly wounded.
The attacker was neutralized by security forces at the scene.
The victim originally reported that the attacker had punched him, but stab wounds were later found on the teen.
Just minutes after, a 47-year-old police officer was wounded in Kiryat Arba when a suspect tried to steal his rifle and was shot by other police officers.
The incident occurred during a routine security check. The perpetrator was said to be in critical condition.
One of the policemen was lightly wounded.
Just a short while after the incident in Kiryat Arba, a female attacker was shot and seriously wounded after trying to stab a security guard at the entrace to the central bus station the northern city of Afula.
The perpetrator, an Israeli citizen from Nazareth, was evacuated to a local hospital.
Friday’s attacks came after a long string of incidents that have wounded dozens across Israel in the past week, that have also led to violence against Arabs.
Chabad’s Terror Victims Project (ctvp.org) Shluchim and volunteers are continuing their work of encouraging and assisting the wounded in the recent terror attacks.
They are lifting their morale and trying to cheer them up with gifts and encouragement and in providing emergency financial aid for those who need it.
The public is asked to continue their prayers for the wounded.
The names are :
Odel Bat Miryam
Natan ben Odel
Moshe ben Orli
Meir Yitzchak ben Sarah Imeinu
Aharon Moshe Chaim ben Chaya Chana
Dvir ben Shohana
Avraham ben Rut
Ron Shai bat Sigalit
Sahar bat Shoshana