Eleven Israelis have been killed in a series of attacks by Palestinian militants about a week before the start of Ramadan.
Two were killed and at least eight were injured in what became known as the Israeli capital, Tel Aviv. According to the news published on Al-Arabiya.net, unknown assailants opened fire in a busy area of Tel Aviv and it is clear that there are several bars and restaurants in this area. The injured have been shifted to nearby Ashlov Hospital.
The motive for the firing was not immediately clear, but it is the latest in a series of deadly attacks by Palestinians.
Israel’s Megan David Edom Emergency Service says it has received reports of gunfire at “several locations” in the center of Tel Aviv. It has transferred six people to a nearby hospital. Three of them The condition is said to be critical.
One of the shootings took place on Tel Aviv’s Dzungov Street. It is one of the city’s main thoroughfares and a popular weekend getaway.
A police spokesman told Israel’s Channel 13 that three to five people had been injured in the shooting and that personnel were at the scene. He urged people to refrain from entering the area.
The Israeli prime minister’s office said in a statement that Naphtali Bennett was monitoring the situation from the military headquarters in Tel Aviv. And since then, tensions have risen.
Protests and clashes erupted during Ramadan last year, prompting Israel to declare war on Gaza, and for 11 days in May, Israeli military ground and air strikes on various cities and towns in the Gaza Strip continued.
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