(CNN) -- [Breaking news update, published at 2:20 p.m. ET]

A man suspected of stabbing six people at a gay pride parade in Jerusalem on Thursday committed a similar attack at the same event 10 years ago, Israeli police say.

The suspect in Thursday's stabbings is Yishai Shlissel, according to Israel police spokeswoman Luba Samri.

Israeli police say Shlissel, an Orthodox Jew, was released from prison three weeks ago after serving a 10-year prison sentence for stabbing and wounding three marchers at a gay pride parade in Jerusalem in 2005.

[Original story, published at 1:27 p.m. ET]

A Jewish man has been arrested on suspicion of stabbing four people -- critically injuring one -- at a gay pride parade Thursday in Jerusalem, Jerusalem police said.

The Jerusalem Post and Haaretz newspapers reported that six people were stabbed at the street parade.

Video aired on Israel's Channel 10 shows what appears to be part of the attack: a man making quick slashing motions at a group of people while others try to subdue him.

The man is later shown on the ground, with two men, including someone who appears to be a police officer, holding him still.

Channel 10 also showed video of several wounded people, including a woman -- her shirt bloody -- who was put onto a stretcher and into an ambulance. Another woman was shown bleeding from her arm as someone applied pressure to the wound.

Amir Tal contributed to this report.

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