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A Sudanese citizen was shot dead in Tel Aviv, two asylum seekers from Eritrea were seriously injured in fights | Haaretz

Posted by: Semere Asmelash

Date: Saturday, 30 September 2023

A Sudanese citizen was shot dead in Tel Aviv, two asylum seekers from Eritrea were seriously injured in fights

September 30th, 07AM September 30th, 11AM  A story of Bar Peleg

A police car in Hatikva Market, this morning Photo: Ofer Vakanin© Provided by Haaretz

A Sudanese citizen was murdered this morning (Saturday) in south Tel Aviv, allegedly due to a conflict between drug dealers from the community. During the night, nine asylum seekers from Eritrea were injured in a fight in the Hatikva neighborhood of the city, two of them in a serious condition.

The person killed in the confrontation, 33 years old, was shot on Har Zion Boulevard in the Neve Shanan neighborhood and was pronounced dead at the Ichilov Hospital. The police are looking for the shooter.

15 asylum seekers were arrested on suspicion of being involved in a fight in the Hatikva neighborhood, and the police are investigating whether it broke out due to a dispute between supporters and opponents of the regime in Eritrea. According to evidence, dozens of people clashed last night in the area, some with clubs. In the Eritrean community, information was passed on to the police yesterday, according to which there could be riots at the weekend.

This week an asylum seeker from Eritrea was stabbed to death in the Hatikva neighborhood. One of the directions of the investigation being examined by the police is that the murdered person was an opponent of the regime in Eritrea who was stabbed to death by regime supporters during a fight. No suspects have been arrested yet. The Eritrean community said that the murdered man was a father of two who was not involved in crimes.


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