Stabbing Victim Opens Eyes After 59 Days in Coma

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(The Jerusalem Post) – The most seriously injured victim of the stabbing attack at a rabbi’s home in Monsey opened his eyes after 59 days in a coma.

Josef Neumann, 72, has been on a respirator since the December 28 attack during a Hanukkah party. He was one of five people injured.

The announcement of Neumann’s breakthrough came in a tweet from Rabbi Yisroel Kahan, community liaison of the Ramapo Police Department and executive director of Oizrim Jewish Council.

Along with noting that Neumann had opened his eyes, the tweet said he was showing other signs of improvement. CONTINUE