BEIRUT, LEBANON (3:51 A.M.) – A stabbing attack in Tel Aviv left four people wounded on Sunday, The Jerusalem Post reported.

Israeli police announced that the suspect was arrested and detained.

They however have not made any announcements on the supposed motive for the attack, although in recent times the apartheid state has seen many stabbing attacks against security forces.

Police have opened an investigation into the attack.

The 18-year old began his rampage inside the Leonardo Hotel, before proceeding outside to a nearby beachfront, where he continued his attack.

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Someone needs to supply the Palestinian resistance with proper weapons,to help them defend against the apartheid state of israhell, it is just not right that they have to resort to using knifes.My utmost respect to the young man who decided use a knife to fight the people who stole his land, demolished his house, burned his olive trees, killed his family and or friends and transformed his otherwise normal life into a nightmare.

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It’s actually PLO and Hamas who are responsible of such a nightmare, so is the Arab-League, the UNRWA and haters like you. The most disgusting thing is that you hate your own people. Stole his land, my a*s! In 1917, in Jewish Palestine, AKA Israel, there were only 5% of Arabs. Zionists most of the time bought the land for 40-70x its price, then former owner went to Lebanon, whined he had his land stolen, paid thugs to kill the new owner and have the papers back. You should look to Brit archives, it’s purely mindblowing! Even before 1948, the… Read more »

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You’ve really succeeded in reaching a new low with your delusional propaganda. See, I actually wanted to reply that such knife attacks are misguided. But then I read your disgusting colonialist drivel, and now I’m not so sure. It kinda makes me feel that all means are justified by this sacred end, which is to drive the Zionists into the sea and to annihilate their Fascist statelet.