Six people have been killed and three others injured in a protest shooting in the capital of Tel Aviv.
The victims, three Israelis, and a Palestinian, were identified by police as Naftali Fraenkel, 40, and Reuven Naveh, 40.
The shooting occurred on Friday night.
Police said they arrested Naveg and Fraenkl, who were both from the same village.
The police did not immediately identify the two other people shot dead by the same suspect.
A video of the incident was posted to social media by a member of the Israeli security forces, who said the three were “the target of a deadly assault”.
The Palestinian, who was wounded in the attack, died at the scene.
A third man was taken to a hospital in critical condition, and another was treated and released.
An Israeli police spokesperson said the man shot was the shooter and that they were investigating the circumstances.
There were no other reports of injuries.
In recent weeks, demonstrations against Israeli policies have taken place across the country.
The protests were sparked by the deaths of three Israeli teens in a shooting that took place in the West Bank city of Hebron.
The violence prompted the Palestinian Authority to hold a week-long state of emergency in parts of the West to ensure a crackdown on violence.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has repeatedly condemned the protests, which he has described as an attempt by Hamas, the Palestinian group that controls the Gaza Strip, to overthrow his government.
“They will fail,” he said of the protests on Saturday, in what was the first time he spoke of the unrest in the Israeli capital.
“This will be their last attempt.”