A residential street turned into a brightly coloured war zone as dozens of people battled with fireworks.
Police arrested 23 people after two families started a fireworks war in the street, throwing the potentially deadly explosives at each other.
The bizarre incident happened in the town of Kafr Manda in the Lower Galilee region of northern Israel when the major street brawl started in the evening.
Two angry families faced off against each other, throwing rocks and fireworks at each other in a bid to seriously hurt one another.
A video of the incident shows the street lit red by the constant flashing of fireworks.
No one was seriously hurt but police say one man was left with "slight" injuries.
Police added that "several incidences" of fighting had been reported in the area recently.
Officers are believed to be investigating whether it has been the same feuding families each time.
So far a total of 23 people have been arrested.
An Israel Police spokesman said: "Israel Police officers will continue to operate in the town in order to maintain public order and arrest the additional people suspected of being involved in the riots and fights."
The background to the family feud was not reported.