7/30/2005 | Share this article: View Comments
Ultra-Orthodox man charged with three counts of attempted murder over Jerusalem gay parade stabbing
By Tal Rosner
JERUSALEM – An ultra-Orthodox man suspected of stabbing three people during Jerusalem’s Gay Pride Parade last week says he acted in God’s name.
“I came to murder on behalf of God. We can’t have such abomination in the country,” Yishai Shlisel said during his interrogation.
On Tuesday, Shlisel was indicted on three counts of attempted murder at the Jerusalem District Court.
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