The IDF just dropped these leaflets over Gaza, urging residents not to endanger themselves by acting on behalf of Hamas terror group. The IDF will continue to defend Israel’s border and civilians against terror.
The IDF has once again beefed up its deployments on the border in anticipation of a fourth consecutive wave of Friday violent Muslim riots as part of their so called “peaceful march of return”.
“You are participating in violent disturbances. Hamas is using you to carry out terror attacks. The IDF is ready for any scenario,” the leaflets read, which also contained pictures of objects and weapons and actions which the military has forbidden in the riots.
“Avoid approaching the fence and damaging it. Avoid using a weapon to carry out violent acts against the Israeli security forces and Israeli civilians. Keep away from terrorists and from people who promote disturbances and violence,” the leaflets instructed before warning that the army would not hesitate to respond.
“The IDF will act against any attempt to damage the barrier and its components and any other military equipment. Hamas is using you to promote its own interests of the movement. Do not obey Hamas’s instruction that endanger your lives. There is another way. Your future is in your hands.” it added.
Hamas-sponsored terrorists are expected to attempt to fly hundreds of burning kites over the border into Israeli territory after testing the latest weapon in its arsenal last Friday.
“We will not allow an attack on security infrastructure, on the fence or on Israeli civilians and we will act against anyone seeking to harm Israel’s security,” the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit said in a statement ahead of the expected violent riots.
34 Muslim terrorists from Gaza, including 14 terrorists identified by Israeli security officials as terrorists, have been eliminated since the riots began on Friday, March 30th.
The violence broke out on Friday after 45,000 Muslim terrorists rioted near the fence, threw rocks and firebombs, burned tires and attempted to infiltrate into Israel.
The Hamas-sponsored riots are due to end on May 15, the day Arabs call the “Nakba” or “Catastrophe”, marking the creation of the State of Israel in 1948.