? The South is burning: Residents of Gaza border communities protest in Tel Aviv

Hundreds of residents of Israeli towns near the Gaza border gathered at Tel Aviv’s Rabin Square Saturday night and sent balloons simulating firebombs launched by Muslim terrorists from Gaza, in protest of the continued arson attacks and terror activities along the Gaza border.

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The demonstrators carried signs reading: “Government: wake up, the South is burning”, “We are not cannon fodder”.



Despite the expectation of an Egyptian-mediated agreement, Muslim terrorists rioted along the security border fence between Hamas-occupied Gaza and Israel, with rioters burning tires, throwing rocks, flying firebombs attached to kites and attempting to infiltrate into Israel in order to murder Jews, as they do every Friday after mosque.

Hamas terrorists in Gaza continue to launch firebombs attached to balloons in order to burn Israeli fields, wildlife, people’s food and livelihoods.

Over the weekend, fire department units dealt with multiple fires in Israeli towns near the Gaza border.