Man Hurt In Adam Terrorist Attack Dies of Wounds

Photo by TPS on July 27, 2018 Stabbing attack at Adam settlement in the West Bank Cars are stopped at the entrance to Adam settlement in the West Bank, north east of Jerusalem, where terrorist murdered one person and wounded two others in a stabbing attack, before being shot to death by a witness. Adam, Jul 26, 2018. Photo by TPS

Man Hurt In Adam Terrorist Attack Dies of Wounds

Written by TPS on July 27, 2018


A 31-year old man who suffered critical wounds when a Palestinian terrorist stabbed him and two other people after entering a house in the community of Adam, between Jerusalem and Ramallah died of his wounds overnight. The man was named as Yotam Ovadia, a father of two from Adam. He will be laid to rest Friday in Jerusalem.

A 58-year-old man remained in hospital in stable condition after being stabbed in the upper torso, while a third man, 41-year-old Asaf Ravid sustained light wounds.

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Ravid, who shot dead the 17-year-old terrorist from the nearby Palestinian village of Kobar, told the Hebrew language Ynet website that he had been out riding his bicycle when he heard screams from a nearby house and then saw the terrorist approaching him with a knife.

“I went cycling and in my bag I had a gun that I always carry with me,” Ravid said. “I heard shouts and then saw the terrorist approach me. He pulled a knife out of his pocket and stabbed me in the shoulder. I pulled away and took the gun out of my bag… I shot him once and when he continued to move toward me I shot him another two times and he fell.

The terrorist was named as Mohammed Tarik Youssef, 17, from Kobar.  On July 21, 2017, a Palestinian terrorist from Kobar stabbed three members of the Salomon family to death in the nearby Jewish community of Neve Tzuf.



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