An Israeli woman seriously injured yesterday in a stabbing at a West Bank supermarket died today (January 26, 2016), according to the JTA (Jewish Telegraphic Agency) website.
Shlomit Krigman, 23, died early this morning. She was in the Beit Horon settlement, located between Jerusalem and Modiin, visiting her grandparents when she was attacked in the market.
Krigman -- who grew up in the Shadmot Mehola settlement in the West Bank -- had served as a Bnei Akiva youth group leader in Beit Horon, where she lived. She is survived by her parents and six siblings.
A 58-year-old woman also stabbed in the attack remains hospitalized in Jerusalem. The two male Palestinian assailants who attacked the women were shot dead by the store's security guard.