In Tel Aviv, a car drove into a crowd on the embankment, the driver was neutralized. This was announced on Friday, April 7, by the Israeli police.
“The car hit several people on the Charles Clore embankment in Tel Aviv and overturned,” the agency said on Twitter.
The Israeli Foreign Ministry called the incident a terrorist attack.
It is specified that the assailant was shot dead by a policeman, as he was trying to get to the weapon. According to The Jerusalem Post, at least six civilians were injured in the attack, one was killed. According to the publication, the deceased was a tourist. Peace announcement: what steps Israel and Palestine have planned to reduce violence And whether the parties will be able to prevent the escalation on the eve of Ramadan
On April 7, the Israeli army (IDF) attacked Lebanese territory. Rockets hit targets of the Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) in the south of the country.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that he would continue to respond harshly to the attacks of enemies. At the same time, he threatened to pay for any act of aggression against the Jewish state.
On April 5, clashes between Palestinians and Israeli police were reported in Al-Aqsa, as a result of which several dozen people were injured. At least 350 people were arrested by the Israeli police.