The 26-year-old woman who was stabbed Monday at a hitchhiking station in Gush Etzion has been named as Dalia Lemkos.
Lemkos was also injured in a past stabbing attack eight years ago, also in Gush Etzion, reports Israel National News ().
“I stood on February 28, 2006 at Gush Etzion Junction when a terrorist came and began to stab those standing at a hitchhiking station,” Lemkos said at the time of the incident. “I was one of two people stabbed. Luckily I was not badly wounded, and with the help of G-d, the other wounded victim will recover.”
Lemkos was stabbed to death, and a 26-year-old man and a 50-year-old man were both wounded in a terrorist attack at the hitchhiking station previously reported by Vin News (). Both men are in light to moderate condition.
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