Another Victim in the Arab Sector

The violence in the Arab sector: a man was shot to death in the Galilee

A man in his 40s was shot dead while he was in his car in the village of Nahf in the Galilee. Medical teams rushed to the scene and tried to save him, but his death was determined on the way to the hospital. The background for the killing is a conflict between criminals

Illustration (Photo: documentation of MDA operations)

The violence in the Arab sector continues unabated, and last night (Wednesday), another victim was reported, apparently murdered due to a conflict between criminals. The incident began when Magen David Adom and the police received a report of a violent incident and shooting towards a car in the village of Nahf in the Galilee.

Paramedics and medics from Magen David Adom who arrived at the scene identified a man in his 40s in critical condition with severe injuries. They provided him with initial medical treatment and evacuated him to the Galilee Medical Center in Nahariya, but he was pronounced dead on the way to the hospital due to the severe injury.

Police officers were also dispatched to the scene, began scanning for suspects involved in the shooting, and initiated an investigation into the circumstances of the incident. As mentioned, the background to the event is apparently an ongoing conflict between criminal families.

The number of people murdered in Arab society is double that of last year

According to the data from the "Abraham Initiatives" organization, which monitors violence statistics in the Arab sector, the victim killed last night is the 138th homicide since the beginning of the year in circumstances of violence and crime within the Arab community. For comparison, during the same period last year, there were 66 homicides.


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