Muslim terrorists riot after mosque along the Gaza border, Judea-Samaria

Muslim terrorists riot after mosque along the Gaza border, Judea-Samaria

As every Friday after mosque, some 6,000 Hamas-sponsored terrorists are rioting, burning tires, throwing rocks, launching firebombs, grenades and attempting to sabotage the security fence along the Gaza border in order to infiltrate into Israel and murder Jews during Passover.

IDF troops responded with riot dispersal means including live fire at main terrorists, in accordance with the rules of engagement.

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The Hamas-ruled Health Ministry in Gaza said 23 Muslim terrorists were wounded during the riots.

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In addition, violent riots broke out in the Arab village of Kafr Kaddour, in the Qalqilya district of western Samaria, with Muslim terrorists burning tires and throwing rocks and firebombs at the security forces.

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Additional riots reported in the Arab village of Al Rayan, near Ramallah.

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IDF troops responded with crowd dispersal measures to quell the terrorists.

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The IDF put in place a total closure of Judea, Samaria, and Gaza ahead of Passover.

The closure, a routine counter-terrorism procedure during Israeli and Jewish holidays, is expected to last until April 27.