The Prime Minister was seen being escorted out of a restaurant in Beersheba after the Iranian-sponsored terror proxy fired a rocket into Israel from the Gaza Strip; This event follows other violent attempts by the regime in recent days.

During a visit to Beersheba on Tuesday, as Israel’s fourth round of elections is underway, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu could be seen being escorted out of a restaurant in haste. The evacuation took place after a rocket was fired from Hamas – the Iranian-backed terror proxy that resides in Gaza – into Israel. According to the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), the rocket, which was not coincidentally fired while the PM was in the area, landed in an open space.

Just days ago, the IDF arrested two individuals who crossed into Israel illegally via the southern part of the Strip. The two were reportedly armed with knives.

As noted by The Jerusalem Post, Netanyahu’s campaign-related events have been targeted in the past. Like previous occasions, the terror organization is clearly attempting to send a message concerning their ill feelings towards the PM.

Today’s election cycle marks the fourth round of elections in the last two years inside the Jewish State. Netanyahu has been at the helm since 2009 and is once again representing the Likud Party. One of his primary opponents is the former defense minister, Naftali Bennett, representing the New Right Party. Others include (but are not limited to) Yair Lapid of the Yesh Atid Party and Gideon Sa’ar of the New Hope Party.

This is considered by many to be a critical election due to the ever-increasing Iranian aggression and US apathy towards Israel.