Man arrested after Orthodox Jew reportedly stabbed in north London

We await further updates on his condition.” The statement added: “We are not treating this as terror-related.” London Ambulance service said: “We responded to an incident on Stoke Newington High Street this morning, alongside colleagues from @MPSHackney and @LDNairamb. “We assessed a man at the scene and took him to a major trauma centre.” The Jewish Chronicle said the victim was an Orthodox Jew and had suffered “multiple” stab wounds. Photos on social media show construction workers and a Deliveroo driver holding down the alleged attacker before he ran away. I feel quite emotional about it because people don’t care about their own safety, they just work together to keep everyone else safe.” Construction site manager Lazar Friedlander and his brother Matt ran towards the alleged attacker and restrained him after hearing a “serious scream”. He told the PA news agency: “We ran outside, I saw a Jewish man covered in blood. Mr Friedlander, suggested the man may have been targeted because of his religion, despite the police saying the incident was not being treated as terror-related.