BETHLEHEM (Ma'an) -- An Israeli was killed after a car bomb exploded in mysterious circumstances in south Tel Aviv on Saturday evening.
Israeli sources reported that the explosion targeted a car on Sheshet Hayamim (Six Days) street in the neighborhood of Kfar Shalem.
The sources added that a large force of police and ambulance rushed to the scene of the explosion, and that police had begun an investigation into the causes of the blast, which were not immediately clear.
Israeli news site Walla reported that the car belonged to a woman from the Israeli city of Nahariya, but it was not clear if she was present in the car at the time of the explosion.
The car bomb is the latest in a series of at least 10 bombings inside Israel in recent months that have killed four and injured five more.
The majority of these attacks have been linked to domestic criminal networks. Organized crime has become a major issue inside Israel in recent years.