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Last night organized crime hit rather too close to home with a huge explosion occurring shortly after midnight. The bomb war in Petach Tikva continues: According to Walla News the police reckon that. The police — and all of us local residents — also presume that this bombing is part of a larger campaign that stretches back several months, involving several bombs and a grenade attack. Youngsters were playing in the yard of their kindergarten during recess on Thursday when shots rang out meters away, part of a brazen drive-by shooting in Petah Tikva that killed two men and left a third seriously wounded.
Staff rushed the children inside, and within minutes, police were on the scene, investigating yet another gangland hit in central Israel. Officers confirmed that one of the dead men, Eli Orkabi, 35, from Petah Tikva, had been the subject of investigations in the past. The other man slain was Eran Fartush, 42; and the wounded man was his partner in a local contracting firm.
Orkabi was killed 13 years after he stabbed a man to death at the Hilton Promenade in Tel Aviv during an argument over a beach chair. He signed a plea bargain in the killing of Alon Michaeli, and served three years in prison for manslaughter. The third victim, in his 40s, was hospitalized at the Rabin Medical Center-Beilinson Campus in the city. No arrests had been made by press time.
The midday shooting took place on a quiet, leafy residential street, but the short stretch is book-ended by an elementary school and two kindergartens. In April, a man was critically wounded when he was shot by a man on a motorcycle, and in February, a year-old man was moderately wounded while sitting in his car.
In December, a year-old man known to police was killed by a bomb that was attached to his motorcycle. Then last July two men were killed in a car explosion at Yarkonim Junction , just outside Petach Tikva. Following that bombing and the double shooting the police made a wave of arrests. The two men, both known to police, were driving in the car when it exploded on Hameginim St.