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The Prime Minister's Office updated that Netanyahu had "completed a security situation assessment" and clarified that "due to the importance of the political meeting, the schedule will continue as scheduled." This, after the attack in Tel Aviv, in which 3 people were injured. "There will be no surrender to terrorism," said an official in the entourage Netanyahu

In the video: the terrorist Mu'taz al-Khawaja recorded himself hours before the attack and uploaded it to his story (documentation on social networks according to section 27a of the copyright law)

An official in Netanyahu's entourage said today (Thursday) that there is no change in the Prime Minister's schedule following the attack in Tel Aviv: "The Prime Minister will meet tomorrow at noon with the Prime Minister of Italy for an important political meeting, so there is no change in the schedule and there will be no surrender to terrorism."

The Prime Minister's Office updated that "Netanyahu completed a security situation assessment, where decisions were made regarding several operations, primarily the reinforcement of forces in the field," and again clarified that "due to the importance of the political meeting scheduled by the Italian government, the schedule will continue as scheduled."

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Netanyahu in Rome, today (photo: official website, no)

Three people were fatally, seriously and moderately injured in the shooting attack near a cafe on Dizengoff Street and Ben Gurion Street in Tel Aviv.

The terrorist, a 23-year-old Hamas man from a village west of Ramallah, was shot.

A security source said that according to estimates, the terrorist arrived in Tel Aviv independently, but still the area is being scanned to rule out the possibility that he was an aide.

After the attack, Netanyahu said from Rome: "A very serious attack in Tel Aviv. I want to send recovery wishes to the injured, we are strengthening the action of the security forces against the terrorists."

This morning, protesters tried to delay Netanyahu's flight to Rome.

Dozens of people tried to slow down the traffic in Benghazi and disrupt the travel route between the terminals. Finally, through a diversionary operation, Netanyahu was flown in a police helicopter to Benghazi, and from there to the Italian capital.

Demonstrations by Jews and Israelis are expected in Rome tomorrow against the legal revolution, at the same time as the meeting between Netanyahu and Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Maloney.

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Source: walla

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