Soldier Stabbed in Tel Aviv Dies of Wounds

Almog Shiloni, 20, was critically wounded in a terrorist stabbing attack at the entrance to Tel Aviv's Hahagana train station.

Gil Ronen,

Scene of the stabbing
Scene of the stabbing
Flash 90

Almog Shiloni, the 20-year-old IDF soldier who was critically wounded in a terrorist stabbing attack at the entrance to Tel Aviv's Hahagana train station on Monday, has died of his wounds.

Magen David Adom (MDA) paramedics tried to resuscitate the victim at the site before sending him to Tel-Hashomer Hospital where he was brought to the surgery room.

Shiloni was reportedly stabbed numerous times, including in the upper body and waist, as he tried to fight off his attacker. The attacker proceeded to try and escape from the scene towards Levanda Street as he was pursued by security forces and citizens.

The terrorist has been identified as Nur al-Din Abu Hashiya, an 18-year-old from Shechem (Nablus) in Samaria who had illegally entered into sovereign Israeli territory. Police spokesperson Luba Samri said "it was apparently an attack with nationalist motives. The suspect is a resident of Shechem."

Hashiya tried to snatch a weapon from his victim, but was prevented from doing so by citizens in the area, at which point he decided to flee.








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