Shots fired at houses and vehicles in Qalansawe - report

One man was lightly injured by the gunfire, and a pregnant woman fell down during the shooting.

A protest against the rising crime and violence in the Arab sector in Israel, Jaffa, Saturday, February 6, 2021. (photo credit: SASSONI AVSHALOM)
A protest against the rising crime and violence in the Arab sector in Israel, Jaffa, Saturday, February 6, 2021.
(photo credit: SASSONI AVSHALOM)
Unidentified individuals opened fire on Friday night in the town of Qalansawe in central Israel, Ynet reported. 
Bullet marks could be seen on cars and structures in the area.
One man was lightly injured by the gunfire, and a pregnant woman fell down during the shooting, with shots fired towards one of the houses. 
Several businesses also closed their doors out of fear of employees being hurt.
Earlier on Friday, a protest took place in the town following the murder of two residents there, protesting the lack of security and the feeling that Israel Police does not provide the security it should, Ynet reported.
Leith Nasra, 19, and Muhammad Khatib, 20, the nephew of director general of the municipality, were shot dead on Friday morning, and two of their friends were injured, one seriously and one moderately. The assailant reportedly cut power to the house, then broke in and opened fire while hidden by darkness, Ynet reported.
One victim was brought to Meir Medical Center in Kfar Saba and the other to Rabin Medical Center in Petah Tikva; both were declared dead a few hours later.