Medics: Israeli man stabbed at West Bank outpost; attacker ‘neutralized’
Emanuel (Mannie) Fabian is The Times of Israel's military correspondent.
An Israeli man has been stabbed and wounded in a suspected attack in the South Hebron Hills area of the West Bank, medics say.
According to the Rescuers Without Borders emergency service, one Israeli man was stabbed in the head near the Havat Yehuda illegal outpost.
The Magen David Adom ambulance service says its medics are treating a 25-year-old man in moderate condition.
The service says the alleged attacker has been “neutralized.”
The conditions of both the victim and the alleged attacker are unclear.