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Shooting in Tel Aviv, 2 dead & 8 injured 

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Another bloody night in Tel Aviv as ten people are gunned down, 8 injured and 2 killed on Dizengoff Street. The area has a vibrant nightlife, with bars and restaurants littering the street. 

Out of the eight injured, at least four are in a serious to critical state in hospital. Videos emerged overnight on social media depicting the aftermath of the attack, where people can be seen roaming around overturned tables as emergency services rushed the injured to the hospital.

Footage posted to telegram overnight depicts people fleeing the scene, and faintly in the background the sound of a gun being fired can be distinguished.

The gunman was on the run with Israeli security forces instructing the public to return home and stay off the streets while their hunt continued. The Times of Israel reported, citing Police, that the incident appeared to be a “nationalistically motivated” attack.

Tel Aviv Police Chief Ami Eshed stated that “from what we know, there are signs this was [an act of] terror.”

It is still unknown if the perpetrator acted alone or if there was more than one perpetrator and their identity is still unknown. 

This is the latest in a series of bloody attacks that have scarred the city in the last month, with a total of 11 people killed in attacks on the streets of Tel Aviv. The Times of Israel is calling this the deadliest terror outbreak since 2006.

At this stage, it is unclear whether these attacks are connected or the timing is merely coincidental. Hamas called Thursday’s attack a “natural and legitimate response” to Israel’s “crimes” against Palestinians, Jerusalem, and the al-Aqsa mosque.

According to the Jerusalem Post, Hamas has named the attack, ‘the Tel Aviv operation’ and is attempting to send a message to Israel to “stop incursions into [the] al-Aqsa mosque.”

It is being reported that 1,000 special forces trained soldiers have been deployed across the country to assist Police, and security forces across Israel are now on high alert.

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