Another Violent Crime in the Arab Sector

The crime in the Arab sector: a 21-year-old woman was injured in Tel Sheva

Disturbing Incident: In the town of Tel Sheva, a 21-year-old woman was moderately injured as a result of a violent event. She was taken to Soroka Hospital while suffering from a penetrating injury

Illustration (Photo: documentation of MDA operations)

A 21-year-old young woman was injured this morning (Thursday) with a moderate injury after being involved in a violent incident in the town of Tel Sheva in the Negev. Paramedics and emergency medical technicians from Magen David Adom provided her with first aid, and she was taken to Soroka Hospital in Be'er Sheva while suffering from a penetrating injury.

The day before yesterday, between Tuesday and Wednesday, two residents of Rahat were fatally shot while driving on Highway 40, near the Lehavim interchange in the Negev. The murder was carried out by gunfire from a passing vehicle to another passing car in which three Rahat residents in their 20s were present. Two individuals were critically injured by the gunfire and subsequently pronounced dead at the hospital. Additionally, another person was registered as seriously injured and was also taken to the hospital.

The Israel Police stated that upon receiving the report about the incident, forces from the Rahat Police Station and the Criminal Identification Unit arrived at the scene. Additional police forces initiated searches, evidence collection at the scene, and efforts to identify those involved in the event.

Simultaneously with the searches for the suspects, a burned vehicle was discovered in an open area near Highway 310, and the suspicion of the vehicle's involvement in the shooting incident was examined. According to the initial police suspicion, the background to the event is believed to be a criminal feud between families.


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