MK to stabbing victim's family: 'He is in good hands'

Glick, who was treated in Shaarei Tzedek Hospital after assassination attempt, assures family of stabbing victim that he is in good hands.

Arutz Sheva Staff,

Scene of Jerusalem stabbing attack
Scene of Jerusalem stabbing attack
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MK Yehuda Glick (Likud) arrived at Shaarei Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem to provide support to the relatives of the security guard who was seriously wounded in a stabbing attack at the entrance to the central bus station in the capital Sunday.

MK Glick, then a Temple Mount activist, was critically wounded in a terrorist shooting three years ago, but managed to recover.

"They shot me four times at point-blank range. You are in good hands. Three years ago I came here in a state of disgrace and they told my family to prepare clothes for the days of mourning. "

Glick recounted his miracle recovery and comforted the relatives of the wounded man sitting next to him in the hospital. "I embrace all of you, the heart of all the people of Israel is with you at this moment."

"I hope to participate in the celebration that you will have when he is back on his feet," MK Glick said. He recommended that the family not watch the reports of the terrorist attack in the media.

The family of the security guard asked the public to pray for the medicine of Asher Ben Sa'ada.

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