Muslim terrorists march in Gaza demanding rocket attacks against Israeli civilians
Hundreds of Muslim terrorists marched in Jabaliya, north of Gaza city, demanding the resumption of rocket attacks against Israeli civilians.
Tensions between Hamas and the Islamic Jihad are growing in Gaza. According to Arab reports, Hamas leader Mahmoud al-Zahar was forced out of the mourning tent of arch-terrorist Baha Abu al-Ata by its supporters in Shajaiya over the lack of response to Israeli airstrikes.
Gaza social media is divided between pro-Hamas accounts sharing imagery of Islamic Jihad Saraya al-Quds and Hamas’ armed wing Izz Ad-Din al-Qassam together with messages of “blood brothers” while others condemning them for their lack of action against Israel.
Hamas admitted Friday that one of its Muslim terrorists was eliminated this week during IDF airstrikes on Islamic Jihad targets in Gaza.
The terrorist has been identified as 23-year-old Ahmed Abdel al-A’al. A statement from the terror group did not clarify whether he was launching rockets when he died.
Earlier, Hamas terror group announced that there will not be weekly attempts to murder Jews this Friday after mosque. This was the first time that the violent riots along the Gaza border were canceled since March 2018.
However, a relatively small number of Muslim terrorists gathered in several locations along the Gaza border to riot and attempt to sabotage the security fence in order to murder Jews.
IDF troops responded with riot dispersal means including live fire at main terrorists, in accordance with the rules of engagement.
According to Arab reports, two terrorists were seriously injured and a few dozens were lightly wounded from tear gas inhalation.