Israeli police announced that early this morning, live gunfire was directed towards the residence of the mayor of the city of Tamra. No casualties were reported in the incident.
According to police reports, during the night, armed individuals opened fire towards the residence of the mayor of the city. The gunfire hit the building and caused damage, but no one was injured as a result of the shooting.
The escalating violence within Arab society is reaching new heights, coinciding with the opening of the period of municipal elections. Many criminal and violent acts in recent weeks have been directed against urban officials and local candidates.
In response to such events, the Prime Minister, in a committee meeting under his leadership, approved the use of the General Security Service to assist in conducting investigations related to threats to the integrity of the upcoming elections.
In addition to this, an unusual incident of election violence recently also occurred in the city of Beit Shemesh, where a violent disturbance of hundreds of people developed near an educational institution in the city of Beit Shemesh, when the mayor Dr. Aliza Bloch visited the place.
During the event, the rioters on the spot threw stones at the police forces, damaged the mayor's car and even injured a policeman during the riots.