Six people were stabbed in an attack on Jerusalem's annual gay pride march on Thursday carried out by an ultra-Orthodox Jewish man recently freed from prison after carrying out a similar assault a decade ago.
At least two of the injured were women, Haaretz reported on its website, included one said to be in a critical condition. Another two were said to be seriously hurt.
Witnesses said the attacker - wearing traditional black clothes of the religious Jewish Haredim population - ran into a crowd of marchers in West Jersualem's Keren Hayesod Street as they walked towards Liberty Bell Park for a rally.
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