Two Israeli-Arabs were shot and killed between Sunday night to Monday morning, Hebrew media reported.
Omar Evali, 21, was shot in the I'billin local council in northern Israel in the Lower Galilee. He was later evacuated to the Rambam Health Care Campus in Haifa, where doctors were forced to confirm his death.
The police began investigating the incident, with initial reports concluding that the incident was part of an ongoing conflict between criminals, according to Walla.
When Evali's family received word of his death, they began rioting at the hospital. A spokesperson for the hospital said that they "had broken glass and two of them were slightly injured and were treated for self-inflicted cuts in the emergency room," the report said. Security personnel reportedly intervened in order to maintain calm.
The second murder of the night
A few hours after Evali's death, a 40-year-old man was shot dead in the Arab city of Kalansuwa near the West Bank.
MDA paramedics confirmed his death shortly after arriving at the scene.
Police opened an investigation into the incident and are carrying out searches for suspects.
The man was reportedly shot in his car when two masked men fired an automatic weapon at the victim.
The two murdered victims make 90 people murdered in Arab areas since the beginning of the year, according to the Abraham Initiatives. For comparison, in the same period last year, according to the organization, there were 34 victims murdered.