As the city of Jerusalem cleaned up after another terrorist attack, Chabad’s Terror Victims Project geared up to once more visit the injured in the hospital.

In an apparent copycat attack Tuesday afternoon, a suspected Arab resident of a neighborhood in the eastern part of the city drove a bulldozer off of a downtown construction site and rammed a bus and four cars, flipping one of them over; 16 people were wounded before the attacker was shot dead. Earlier this month, another Arab resident killed three people and injured 45 when he drove a bulldozer into cars, buses and pedestrians near the entrance to the city.

“Our enemies want to kill us,” said Terror Victims Project director Rabbi Menachem Kutner, “whether with a knife or gun or anything they have, even a tractor, by any means.”

In the coming days, staff of Kutner’s organization, an initiative of the Chabad-Lubavitch Youth Organization in Israel, will visit the wounded and their families.

“As soon as things calm down a little, we will come to the hospitals to visit and assess the needs of each family,” said Kutner. “As always, we will stretch our arms out to the victims and help them with whatever they need.”

Turning to the attack, the rabbi added that the Jewish people would “not be daunted in the face of our enemies.”

“We will remain steadfast in our belief in G‑d,” he said, “and in the assurance that good will prevail over evil.”