Jerusalem – The victim of a stabbing attack in the Gust Etzion Junction Monday is speaking out about the attack and the details involved.

Israel National News ( ) reports that Josh Yehoshua Lorech said he was standing at the hitchhiking station and talking to someone he knew who stopped to pick up hitchhikers. He then felt a “blow” to his left side.

He continued to say that he was in shock at first, until he turned around and saw a “black figure” moving away from him. Then he noticed the knife stuck to him and removed it himself. “I didn’t feel too much, I didn’t fall on the floor,” recalled Lorech.

His would was classified as mild and he received treatment at the site of the stabbing.

A female Arab terrorist of Palestinian Authority (PA) stabbed Lorech and was then shot by security forces. She was taken to Jerusalem’s Hadassah hospital, reports VIN News in an earlier story ( ).  The woman has since been identified as 22-year-old Amal Fahri Takatka.

Information taken from Israel National News