Terror Wave: Three Victims in Critical Condition

Hadassah Medical Center issues update on medical conditions of terror victims wounded in latest string of stabbing attacks.

Cynthia Blank ,

Armon Hanatziv terror attack
Armon Hanatziv terror attack
Yonatan Sindel/Flash 90

Hadassah Medical Center issued an update Sunday morning on the conditions of the terror victims currently being treated at Hadassah Ein Kerem and Hadassah Mount Scopus in Jerusalem. 

The 20-year-old IDF soldier who was stabbed by an Arab terrorist in Hevron on Saturday evening is now in light condition after undergoing surgery overnight. 

Two patients remain hospitalized after suffering wounds in the brutal knife and gun attack on Tuesday aboard a bus traveling in Jerusalem's Armon Hanatziv neighborhood. 

A 76-year-old man remains in critical condition from that attack, while a 69-year-old woman's condition has been defined as moderate. 

A 79-year-old man injured in the second attack in Jerusalem on Tuesday - in which an Arab terrorist ran over and stabbed Jews on Malchei Yisrael Street - is hospitalized with light to moderate wounds. 

The Border Policeman critically injured in the stabbing attack at Damascus Gate last Saturday has been transferred from Shaare Zedek Medical Center to Hadassah Ein Kerem; he is being treated in the hospital's intensive care unit. 

The two Jewish victims seriously injured on Monday in the stabbing attack  by two teenage Arab terrorists in Pisgat Ze'ev are being hospitalized at Hadassah Mount Scopus. 

The condition of the 21-year-old victim has vastly improved and he is being treated for light-to-moderate wounds. The 13-year-old victim remains in serious condition and is breathing through a respirator.