JERUSALEM — A wave of violence that has claimed the lives of eight Israeli Jews and dozens of Palestinians this month continued on Thursday morning, when a Jewish man was stabbed at a bus stop in the Israeli city of Beit Shemesh.
The man was moderately wounded. The attackers — two Palestinian men, about 20 years old, from the West Bank village of Surif — were shot by police officers at the scene, the authorities said. One was killed, and the other was seriously wounded.
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