Female Jewish Settler Stabbed at Gilo Settlement
A woman at the Gilo Jewish settlement near Jerusalem who was stabbed in the back on Sunday suffered moderate injuries, reported Haaretz newspaper.
According to the paper, a Palestinian youth attacked the woman, and managed to flee into Palestinian autonomous territory.
Police, said the Jerusalem Post newspaper, were still searching for the attacker.
The Gilo settlement was the scene of a fierce exchange of fire between armed Palestinians and Israeli forces.
Last month, a woman settler from the same settlement was seriously injured during a shoot-out between the two sides -- Albawaba.com
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