ARAB WITNESSES Laughed and Clapped – Kicked and Spat On Israeli Stabbing Victims

Palestinian witnesses laughed, clapped and spat on Israeli stabbing victims in Jerusalem’s Old City.
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Rabbi Nehemia Lavi, 41, and Aharon Banita Bennett, 21, were identified as the two Israelis murdered in a stabbing attack in Jerusalem’s Old City. (Chabad Info)

Israel National News reported:

On Sunday afternoon Adelle Banita-Bennett, widow of Aharon Banita-Bennett, who herself was seriously injured in the stabbing attack Saturday night in Old City of Jerusalem, woke up from medical coma she had been placed under in order to enable doctors to treat her.

Among the first people she spoke to was Ashkenazic Chief Rabbi David Lau, whom she told in detail about the attack.

The widow told Rabbi Lau that she attempted to escape from the terrorist after the stabbing began.

I ran for dozens of meters with a knife in my shoulder, bleeding. Arabs in the area who saw this horrible scene clapped and laughed, and told that they hoped for my quick death. I felt I was about to faint,” she said. “I tried to hold on to someone who passed by, and they just shook me off and kicked me, and said ‘die.’”

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An Israeli stabbing victim lays on the street as Jewish medics tend to her. Palestinian clinic workers ignored the victims on the street. (Chabad Info)

Arab doctors at an Old City clinic reportedly ignored the stabbing victims and denied them treatment outside their clinic.
Israel National News reported:

Health Minister Ya’akov Litzman (United Torah Judaism) ordered an investigation on Friday to check suspicions that Arab medical staff at a clinic in Jerusalem’s Old City did not go out to help Jewish victims, who were stabbed right next to the clinic.

The incident in question is the brutal murder of Aharon Banita Bennett (21) and Rabbi Nehemia Lavi (41), which took place on Hagai Street on October 3. Bennett’s wife was seriously wounded and his two-year-old son was lightly wounded in the Arab terrorist attack.

While Bennett’s wife’s condition has since improved, it is likely that immediate medical treatment could have lessened the seriousness of her wounds and possibly saved the life of her husband and of Rabbi Lavi, who was stabbed as he came to try and save the young couple and their son.

The Arab-run health clinic located adjacent to the stabbing was open at the time of the attack and medical staff was present inside, reports Channel 2.

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