A Jerusalem district court for juveniles handed down a 12-year sentence to a teenage Arab terrorist who stabbed and seriously wounded two Jews in a terror attack last October.
Ahmed Manasra, a 14-year old resident of Beit Hanina neighborhood in the capital, joined his cousin in a stabbing attack targeting Jewish civilians in the Pisgat Zeev neighborhood of northern Jerusalem just over one year ago.
The pair walked down Moshe Dayan Boulevard, the main thoroughfare in Pisgat Zeev, hunting for victims, when they fell upon 20-year old Yosef Twito. Twito was stabbed twice before he managed to flee.
The two terrorists then turned a corner and found a 12-year old child outside of a candy store. The terrorists stabbed and nearly killed the boy, who was hospitalized in serious condition after the attack.