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MK\’s weigh in, give eyewitness accounts, on deadly Tel Aviv shooting

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Likud MK Amir Ohana arrived at the scene and said that the perpetrators of the attack were two Palestinians from the South Hebron Hills.

Several MK\’s were on site or near it at the time that two suspected Palestinian terrorists killed at least three and wounded multiple others in a shooting attack Wednesday night at central Tel Aviv\’s popular Sarona complex.

Likud MK Amir Ohana arrived at the scene and said that the perpetrators of the attack were two Palestinians from the South Hebron Hills.

"We need to see who sent the terrorists and to find them," Ohana told reporters on the scene.

MK Itzik Shmuly (Zionist Union) was close to the site of the attack when the shooting began. He said he was walking down Ha’arbaa Street when he heard gunshots.

“People started running hysterically in all directions, and I saw what looked like a chase after the terrorist, but I didn’t see him,” he recounted. “Then they took a lot of people to the parking lot to be treated for shock. I went in to try to calm people down.”
Shmuly said many people were nervous because of “disinformation that there’s another terrorist walking around,” but that he was unable to get any confirmation if that was true or not.

Opposition leader Isaac Herzog (Zionist Union) reacted to the attack, saying that the Israeli people would continue to be strong in the face of terrorism.

"Terror has never defeated us, and it will never defeat us," Herzog wrote on Twitter.

The opposition leader sent his wishes to those wounded in the shooting attack.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu landed in Israel Wednesday evening from his trip to Moscow to news of the terror attack. He headed straight to the Kirya for security consultations along with Defense Minister Avigdor Liberian and Shin Bet head Nadav Argaman.

The attack is the first shooting attack in Tel Aviv since New Year’s Day, when Israeli Arab Nashat Milhem opened fire at a Dizengoff bar, killing two before murdering a cab driver.

Police said the investigation is ongoing and they have no details about the identities of the attackers.

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