At Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital in Yerushalayim on Wednesday, Israeli Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu and Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon visited two Israelis who were wounded in separate Palestinian terrorist attacks on Monday—one in a stabbing at Rachel’s Crossing south of Jerusalem and the other in a drive-by shooting near Shvut Rachel in Samaria.
“We just visited the wounded, who showed courage, level-headedness. and very great strength of spirit,” Netanyahu said. “The defense minister and I wished them a quick recovery.”
The prime minister vowed to “exact a heavy price from both the terrorists and those who send them.”
Meanwhile, the border policeman who was seriously wounded in a stabbing attack at Damascus Gate in Jerusalem on June 21 was released from Shaare Tzedek Medical Center on Wednesday.