An Israeli man was stabbed by an Arab terrorist shortly before 10 a.m. on Sunday morning near the Sa’ir intersection in Gush Etzion.
Security forces and Magen David Adom teams were immediately dispatched to the scene.
According to MDA, the condition of the injured victim, 58, is moderate. He has been transferred to Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem with stab wounds to the upper body.
MDA paramedic Ram Naimi recounted the scene: “We arrived and saw a vehicle on the roadside with its windshield wipers shattered. A 58-year-old fully conscious man was nearby. We saw he was suffering from a stab wound to the upper body and head trauma from being hit by a rock. We have him first aid and quickly evacuated him to the hospital.”
Initial reports indicate the Israeli was driving close to the intersection when his car was hit by rocks. After exiting his vehicle, he was attacked by the knife-wielding terrorist.
The terrorist, disguised in haredi garb, reportedly fled the scene; security forces are conducting searches for him in the area.
Shortly before the attack, Border Police discovered a concealed knife on a Palestinian Arab passing through Tapuach Junction in Samaria. He was arrested and taken in for questioning.