Israeli Media: Chaos in "Tel Aviv"
Israeli Media reported that the ongoing chaos in "Tel Aviv" is unprecedented, revealing that the facial features of the shooter are still unknown and that he is still free so far.
Israeli media commented on the shooting in "Tel Aviv," saying that the scenes of what is happening in "unparalleled."
This came after two settlers were killed in a shooting operation in "Tel Aviv," and more than 6 injuries were reported, most of them in critical condition.
Later on, the "Tel Aviv" Occupation Police Brigade commander was cited by Israeli media as saying that what is certain so far is that 15 were wounded in the shooting operation in "Tel Aviv".
Israeli media confirmed that there was "chaos in Tel Aviv", and that the attempt of arresting the shooter "is still ongoing," noting that "the security forces are moving from one place to another in Tel Aviv in search of him."
It added that hundreds of the Israeli Police force and soldiers "are combing Tel Aviv" in search of the shooter. The Israeli police are calling on people not to gather in the area of the operation, Israeli Media reported.
Al Mayadeen's correspondent to occupied Palestine reported the Israeli occupation forces have deployed over 1,000 soldiers in "Tel Aviv" following the shooting.
Israeli Channel 12-Live reported that after 3 hours of the operation, the shooter is still free.
The Israeli media revealed that it is certain that the facial features of the shooter have not been recognized yet, explaining that the occupation police forces are trying to question suspects who were photographed by the cameras on the suspects' identification tables.
It pointed out that "special forces, namely the Shaldag and Sayeret Matkal, from the army are participating in the search for the perpetrator of the attack," adding that "public transportation has been suspended in central Tel Aviv due to roadblocks and chaos in the area."
Since the beginning of the Islamic month of Ramadan in early April, Israeli suppression and attacks on Palestinians have drastically increased.
Israeli Occupation forces have been suppressing Ramadan Gatherings in the occupied city of al-Quds, arresting dozens of young Palestinians across the last week on Bab Al-Amoud (Damascus Gate).
Last night and early Thursday morning, the Israeli occupation forces arrested 13 Palestinians from separate parts of the West Bank, and Al-Quds.
The arrests included 5 young men from Ramallah and Al-Bireh governorate, 3 from Jenin, and 4 from Beit Lahm and Al-Khalil, according to the Palestinian WAFA agency.
Yesterday night, Israeli police attacked Palestinians in the Damascus Gate area in Al-Quds, arresting 3 of them.
In response, Palestinians have retaliated by carrying out operations in the heart of the occupied areas which resulted in the death of 13 Israelis, including members of the security forces.
In addition, the Palestinian Prisoners Club said in a human rights report that the occupation forces have, since the beginning of the Coronavirus outbreak, arrested hundreds of Palestinians.
Since the start of Ramadan on April 2, the Israeli Occupation Forces have arrested 33 Palestinians so far.