Several shots were fired at the home of a resident of a Beduin village in northern Israel overnight on Sunday, hours after he went on television to say he thought an attack on a local mosque was carried out by Arabs rather than Jews.

On Saturday evening, Channel 2 aired an interview with Bassam Sawid, a resident of Tuba Zangaria and an IDF veteran who lost his leg while serving in the Second Lebanon War.

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Tuba Zangaria's central mosque was the target of an arson and graffiti attack in October, and the words 'price tag' - associated with far-right attackers - was written in charcoal on a mosque wall.