A shooting in the Jordan Valley of the occupied West Bank claimed the lives of two Israelis, prompting the attack.
A shooting and ramming attack occurred in Tel Aviv on Friday, according to several Israeli reports, leaving one person dead and numerous others injured.
After two Israelis were killed on Friday morning in a shooting in the Jordan Valley of the occupied West Bank, an attack on the beach promenade in Tel Aviv took place.
According to a report in Haaretz, citing Israeli emergency services and police, three people are in a moderate condition, while two others have minor injuries. It also mentioned that the assailant was fatally shot.
Foreign tourist around the age of 30 was the victim, according to the Magen David Adom emergency service, and Alessandro Parini’s identity was confirmed by Italian deputy prime minister Antonio Tajani.
The attacker, a Palestinian Israeli citizen from Kafr Qasim, east of Tel Aviv, was described by the Walla news website.
According to Israeli media, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has instructed police to summon reservists.
Israeli forces stormed the Al-Aqsa Mosque complex twice in a row, assaulting and arresting worshippers as they used stun grenades and tear gas against thousands of Palestinians praying at the mosque. This led to the attack on Friday night local time.
In recent years, Israeli attacks on Palestinian worshippers during Ramadan have become commonplace.
During Israeli raids on the mosque during the holy month of Ramadan that year, over 170 people were injured and over 300 were arrested.
In May 2021, many Palestinians were harmed after Israeli powers raged the complex and went after admirers during Ramadan with poisonous gas, elastic covered steel slugs and paralyze explosives.
A major Israeli assault on the besieged Gaza Strip, which resulted in the deaths of at least 256 Palestinians in Gaza, was sparked by the raids and Israeli incursions into the occupied East Jerusalem neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah.
International outrage was sparked by the raids, which occurred simultaneously with the Jewish religious holiday of Passover and the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
Due to the numerous assaults, tensions have been high. On Thursday, 34 rockets were sent off from regions in south Lebanon towards Israel in the most awful heightening between the two neighbors since the 2006 Lebanon-Israel war.
Following the barrage, Israel’s high-level security cabinet met that night, and Netanyahu promised to “hit back at our enemies.” On Friday, the Israeli military carried out air strikes on Lebanon and the Gaza Strip.
Israel blamed Hamas, which controls the Gaza Strip, for the barrage of rockets. Hamas denied information on who was behind the assault.
Gaza is home to more than two million Palestinians and is the size of Detroit in the United States. The besieged coastal enclave, which has been under Israeli blockade since 2006, has been referred to as “the world’s largest open-air prison.”