Hat­zo­lah man stabbed

The Jewish Chronicle - - News - BY DANA GLOGER

A VOL­UN­TEER for Hat­zo­lah, the Charedi vol­un­teer res­cue and emer­gency ser­vice, was stabbed in his car in North West Lon­don last week.

Zvi Ham­mond was still in hospi­tal at the time of go­ing to press, but his wife Ta­mara said his re­cov­ery was “go­ing in the right di­rec­tion, but I don’t know yet when he will be out of hospi­tal”.

She ex­plained: “He was not on duty at the time it hap­pened, he had just been to the shops for me. It’s been quite a shock, as it would be for any­one.”

A sec­ond man was also stabbed in Gold­ers Green the same night. Mrs Ham­mond said her hus­band and the sec­ond vic­tim were not to­gether, and they only later found out about the other stab­bing.

Mohamed Jama Ahmed, 37, of North West Lon­don ap­peared at Hen­don mag­is­trates’ court on Tues­day charged with two counts of griev­ous bod­ily harm. He was sent for trial at Wood Green Crown Court.

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