Following a court order, Israeli police demolished the Bedouin village of Al-Araqeeb north of Beer Sheva, evicting 200 residents.
Clashes occur in Tel Aviv, Israel, between Eritrean asylum seekers, including supporters opponents of the government of Isaias Afwerki, and police, resulting in 114 injuries, including 30 police officers.
Two Palestinians are killed by Israeli soldiers during confrontations in the West Bank, while an Israeli policeman is stabbed and wounded in Jerusalem, hours after the perpetrators of the El'ad stabbing are arrested.
Clashes break out between Israeli security forces and Bedouin residents in Khan al-Ahmar, West Bank, as Israeli bulldozers prepare to demolish the village. The Supreme Court of Israel ruled that its residents could be evicted on May 24, while such relocation is considered illegal under international humanitarian law.
19-year-old soldier Omri Levy was killed and nearly a dozen injured in a shooting and stabbing attack in the central bus station in the southern city of Beersheba carried out by an Israeli Bedouin Arab, 21-year old Mohind al-Okbi, who was killed after a gun battle.