A Man Was Shot and Killed Close to Wadi Ara, and the Wave of Violence Continues

Aman was one of scores of people killed in recent weeks in the Arab community; he was shot and killed on Tuesday morning in Wadi Ara in the north. A guy in his thirties from the Arab community of Ma’ale Iron was shot and killed, according to the Israel Police.

The victim was taken to Hillel Yaffe Medical Center in Hadera by the emergency agency Magen David Adom, but he was pronounced dead there. The police immediately began their investigation, and forensics teams arrived to examine the shooting scene.

Police and Hebrew-language media were unable to identify the individual right away. The Abraham Initiatives, a nonprofit working to reduce violence, reports that his murder takes the total number of Arabs killed in crimes this year to 65.

Man Shot Dead Near Wadi Ara
Man Shot Dead Near Wadi Ara

A 23-year-old man was killed in a car explosion in the northern Israeli town of Kiryat Bialik hours ago. Police were looking into the shooting as a possible assassination by a rival gang, but they were unable to identify the victim at the time.

According to MDA, its responders got to the site when the victim’s automobile was still on fire. The man was taken to the hospital in critical condition, but doctors were unable to save his life and pronounced him dead soon after he arrived.

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An apparent assassination attempt occurred earlier that day in the nearby town of Tirat Carmel, and police were looking for any possible links between the two incidents.

Under National Security Minister Itamar Ben Gvir, who took office in December and campaigned on a promise of increasing citizens’ sense of safety, the number of homicides committed in the first four months of the year was more than twice that of the same period the previous year.

According to a tabulation by Haaretz, there were 78 killings this year by the end of April, up from 34 in all of 2022. The high increase in murders has affected both the Jewish and Arab communities, however the violence in the Arab community has been far more serious.

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