Arabs, Israelis stabbed as violence spills beyond Jerusalem site

JERUSALEM - Arabs and Jewish Israelis were stabbed in separate assaults on Friday, as a surge in violence continued to spread beyond a Jerusalem flashpoint. A Jewish suspect was arrested in the stabbing attack of four Arabs in the southern town of Dimona. Police said the incident was "nationalistic" and carried out by a man known to them. The victims received light to moderate injuries. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu condemned the Dimona stabbings. "Those who use violence and break the law -- from whatever side -- will be dealt with to the fullest extent of the law," he said in a statement. The attack followed a series of assaults on Jewish Israelis by...