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Sunday, December 19, 2010
Missing Woman Found Dead; Manhunt for Arab Attackers
Wilson was rushed to Hadassah Ein Kerem hospital in Jerusalem, where she was treated for serious wounds, but.her life is not in danger.
A paramedic (pictured) rescued the dog of one the two victims of the Arab attack.
In a separate incident, police arrested an Arab who recently was freed from prison and tried to stab a woman near the entrance to Hadassah Mount Scopus hospital. Authorities said the man pulled out a knife and chased his intended victim, who ran towards security guards at the hospital entrance while police were alerted and arrived at the scene to arrest him.
The terrorist said he was trying to erase suspicions raised by friends who suspected he cooperates with Israel to help fight terror.
Elsewhere, the IDF denied any knowledge of the drowning of a Gaza fisherman whom Hamas authorities said was fired on by the Israeli navy.
Foreign news services routinely report Arab claims of Israeli incursions that the IDF says never happened. The French news service AFP quoted a Gaza hospital spokesman that the navy opened fire on fishing boats, one of which supposedly overturned, resulting in the drowning of an Arab teenager.
Military spokesmen previously have told Israel National News that many reported incidents are fabricated, and they said they knew nothing about navy firing on Arab fishermen on Saturday.