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Israeli stabs Palestinian taxi driver in Jerusalem
Published Tuesday 07/05/2013 (updated) 07/05/2013 21:41
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The Israeli settlement of Gilo, where the attack took place.
JERUSALEM (Ma'an) -- A Palestinian taxi driver was stabbed by an Israeli passenger in Jerusalem on Monday, Israeli police said.

Israeli police spokeswoman Luba Samri told Ma'an that the motive was reportedly a disputed cab fare. The attack took place in the settlement of Gilo, with the attacker fleeing the scene.

The taxi driver was moderately wounded in the incident.
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1 ) libra - scales of justice / United Kingdom
07/05/2013 22:04
A dispute over a taxi fare, does not give the Israeli passenger the right to stab the taxi man. It proved one thing that the Israeli passenger had that weapon on his person when he entered the taxi, which could raise questions why would he be carrying that weapon?

2 ) Colin Wright / USA
08/05/2013 04:23
Terrorism! I recommend tracing leads back to Tel Aviv and leveling a neighborhood or two with airstrikes. At any rate, the governing coalition in Israel is obviously responsible, and its members should be made to pay.

3 ) Libra - scales of justice / United Kingdom
09/05/2013 16:07
Further to my previous comment about the taxi driver who was stabbed. The more I think about it; the more it seems it was intentional. The passenger had the knife on his person when he entered the taxi. Therefore it raises the question, did the passenger start the argument about the fare to raise up a situation where he could use his knife to stab taxi man? Its food for thought!
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