NEW YORK (Reuters) - Two women tourists were stabbed near Times Square in New York and a man knifed in a separate subway attack early on Wednesday, police and prosecutors said.
The attacks followed a stabbing on Tuesday of a tourist from Texas on a subway train on the city's Upper West Side.
A man was being questioned in the stabbings of the women shortly after 4 a.m. Wednesday outside a hotel on Broadway, a police spokesman said. The two, aged 22 and 25, were stabbed in the back and hospitalized in stable condition.
The spokesman said police were investigating whether that attack was linked to the two other stabbings.
What shameless pandering to Dispensationalist pilgrims! Well, please don't wear Hawaiian shirts when you arrive in Tel Aviv.
If we are to draw any inferences from Jerusalem's alleged safety, could it be that Israeli respect for the Decalogue may be doing them some good? Now THAT'S a lesson worth bringing home for the Law vs. Grace crowd.