In tel Aviv, Hamas attacked civilians on Wednesday evening, which killed 4 Israelis.
Two shooters, identified as Palestinians, opened fire on the sarona market, where they sell food. In total, 13 people suffered gunshot wounds, reported the national ambulance service of Israel.
"People are drinking coffee," said a member of the Israeli Parliament CNN. "I saw the cake for the birthday on one of the tables. And then you see the chairs upside down and broken glass and blood everywhere." Two terrorists were captured, said a spokesman for the Israeli police Mickey Rosenfeld, and the second arrested in the upscale area of the market.
Hamas has not claimed responsibility for the attack, but said it was one of the first "surprises", which was planned against Israeli forces during the month of Ramadan. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called it a "savage crime, murder in the heart of tel Aviv." "We will take the necessary steps to attack the attackers and to protect those who need protection," he said.
On surveillance video shows how customers in a panic, overturning chairs and tables as they rush to escape.
The attackers were dressed in Hasidic Jews, said a source in law enforcement bodies. The source informed Israeli officials. Police shot and killed one of the suspects. The other surrendered, said Rosenfeld.
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