Fires broke out in Israel due to incendiary devices 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 the Eshkol area, Kibbutz Yakhini near Sderot and two large blazes near Be’eri.
Firebombs and explosive devices attached to balloons were launched throughout the day from Gaza into Israeli territory.
Barq Unit, a cell of Muslim terrorists belonging to the Islamic Jihad joined today the Sons of Zawari, another terror cell who have launched thousands of incendiary and explosive devices from Gaza into Israeli territory.
The terror cells posted on social media the launch of large batches of explosive devices attached to balloons and announced the preparation for the return of the late-night riots along the Gaza border.
Israel said Saturday it has expanded the fishing zone off the Gaza coast from 10 nautical miles to 28km (15 nautical miles).
The fishing zone had been limited to 10 nautical miles on Wednesday, just one day after expanding it to 15 miles after Muslim terror groups renewed the launch of incendiary balloons and explosive devices into Israel.