Fires broke out in southern Israel due to firebombs, IEDs launched by Muslim terrorists from Gaza
Several fires broke out today in Israeli towns near the Gaza border due to firebombs and explosive devices attached to balloons, launched by Muslim terrorists from Gaza into Israel.
Multiple fire department units dealt with fires in southern Israel, including a large blaze in Yakhini, near Sderot.
Hundreds of firebombs and explosive devices attached to drones and balloons are currently being launched by Muslim terrorists from Gaza into Israeli territory.
An extreme heatwave hits Israel today and will reign supreme throughout the country over the coming weekend. Israel’s Fire and Rescue Service placed a ban on lighting fires in any forests, reserves, or parks—even in designated areas.
The IDF announced yesterday that it had limited the Gaza fishing zone to 10 nautical miles, just one day after expanding it to 15 miles after Muslim terror groups renewed the launch of incendiary balloons into Israel.
Some 11 fires broke out yesterday in southern Israel due to incendiary balloons launched from Gaza.
⚠ Police warn Israelis not to touch burning kites, tires or incendiary balloons and immediately report them to the police emergency line.