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Deadly attack in Tel Aviv and West Bank, Israeli army and police take control, assailants killed



Tel Aviv. The conflict between Israel and Palestine escalates. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has made a major decision after the death of three people, including an Italian tourist, in an attack carried out by Palestine. As part of this new decision, on Friday, the forces of order and the army were brought together to manage the front. Due to which the violence has further increased. The violence between the two countries escalated after Israeli police on Wednesday attacked Palestinians inside Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa Mosque.

Explain that the Al-Aqsa Mosque is located on a sensitive hill which is a holy place for Jews and Muslims. Al-Aqsa is the third holiest site in Islam and during Ramadan there are huge crowds of worshippers. These days, Jews celebrate Passover and the holy month of Ramadan continues for Muslims. Earlier Friday, two British-Israeli sisters aged 16 and 20 were killed and their mother seriously injured in a shooting in the occupied West Bank.

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The IDF said the army said it was looking for those responsible for the attack on young women in the West Bank. Israel bombed Gaza and Lebanon. Later, in central Tel Aviv, a car suddenly swerved onto a seaside bike path and slammed into people. As a result, one person died and seven people between the ages of 17 and 74 were injured. Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni identified the deceased as Alessandro Parini, 36.

A police spokesman told AFP news agency that “the terrorist was killed. It was a terrorist attack against civilians, a car bombing. Shortly after the incident, the Prime Israeli Minister Benjamin Netanyahu “ordered the Israel Police to mobilize all reserve Border Police units and ordered the IDF to mobilize additional forces.”

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