A man was killed and another wounded in a terrorist attack at the beachfront of Tel Aviv.
The two men were wounded after a gunman opened fire on the beach at 2:30 a.m. local time (5:30 p.m., GMT) Sunday.
The assailant, who had an Israeli ID, ran from the scene and was shot and killed by Israeli police.
The attack was the second time in less than a week that a person has been killed and at least two others wounded in the city of about 80,000.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office said Monday that he was aware of the attack and that the assailant had an ID card and had been detained for questioning.
Netanyahu’s spokesman also said that the prime minister was monitoring the situation.
Netanyahu, who has been criticized for not doing enough to prevent attacks by the far-right, has been harshly criticized for the security measures he has taken.
Netanyahu and other officials have also said Israel is not at war with the Palestinians.