Nati Mangami, 33, son of a Lubavitcher family in Bnei Brak, was murdered Monday by a man who once worked for him.
An arab former employee of the printing supply shop Mangami managed with his brother returned Monday, and the two got into an argument.
In the course of the dispute, the employee, who is around 20 years old and worked as a deliveryman for the business, took out a knife and stabbed his former boss before fleeing the scene. His brother, Pinchas, witnessed the attack.
Paramedics were able to stabilize the victim at first, and he was transported to the hospital in critical condition. But due to the many severe stab wounds, they could not save him.
Nati is survived by a pregnant wife and 2 children.