Two Israelis hurt in Palestinian stabbing attack in supermarket

Two Israelis were stabbed at this branch of Rami-Levi supermarket chain in Mishor Adumim east of Jerusalem. Credit: YouTube screenshot.

( Two people were stabbed Wednesday in a Rami-Levy supermarket branch in Mishor Adumim east of Jerusalem in Judea and Samaria.

The suspected terrorist, who was injured after being shot by a security guard, and two other Palestinian suspects, were arrested in connection with the attack. 

The stabbing attack occurred just after 4 pm local time. One of the injured victims is a Magen David Adom paramedic who tried to subdue the terrorist. The injured victims were evacuated to Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem. 

Rami Levy, the owner of the supermarket chain, told Yedioth Achronoth, "I wish a speedy recovery to the wounded. They evacuated the terrorist and the victims and we'll have the store open soon. We will not allow this to affect us and change our routine. We will prove to them that they will not beat us."

Posted on December 3, 2014 .