Bomb launched from Gaza found in southern Israel

An explosive device that apparently detached itself from a balloon launched by Muslim terrorists from Gaza, was found today at the entrance to a residential building in a town in the Eshkol Regional Council.

The bomb was identified by building’s residents, who reported it to the community’s civil security squad.

Police sappers were called to neutralize the explosives.

In addition, a firebomb attached to balloons was found on an electric pole in the city of Netivot.

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 Police warn Israelis not to touch burning kites, tires or incendiary balloons and immediately report them to the police emergency line.

Frustrated at Israel’s lack of reaction against the continued arson terrorism, residents of southern Israel have decided to turn to the UN in order to protest the human rights violations carried by Hamas terrorists.

Israel and Hamas terror group reached a ceasefire agreement on Friday. According to reports, the agreements include the extension of the fishing zone and the renewal of fuel supply to Gaza, halted earlier this week.

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