Israeli stabbed in east Jerusalem: Police

An Israeli student of a Jewish seminary was stabbed in the Old City of annexed east Jerusalem late Monday, leading to the arrests of three alleged Palestinian assailants, police said.

Jerusalem: An Israeli student of a Jewish seminary was stabbed in the Old City of annexed east Jerusalem late Monday, leading to the arrests of three alleged Palestinian assailants, police said.

The Israeli suffered serious wounds when he was attacked by several Palestinians at the yeshiva, or seminary, where he studied in the Old City, the police said.

"At this stage of the investigation all leads are possible, but it points to being a case of a fight between two parties," said police spokeswoman Luba Samri.

Another Israeli student of the yeshiva was lightly wounded, and three Palestinians suspected of carrying out the attack were arrested, including two minors, said the spokeswoman.

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