More firebombs attached to balloons land in Jerusalem
Two firebombs attached to balloons landed in Jerusalem’s Valley of the Cross on Thursday morning.
Police sappers were called to the scene and secured the area.
⚠ Police warn Israelis not to touch burning kites, tires or incendiary balloons.
Yesterday, a firebomb attached to a balloon landed in a construction site on Jerusalem’s Emek Refaim Street.
During the past six months, firebombs attached to kites and balloons landed in Jerusalem, Gush Etzion, Beer Sheva, Modi’in and Samaria. Due to the distance, it is expected that the firebombs were launched not by Gazan terrorists, but by Muslim terrorists from the Palestinian Authority.
Six fires broke out yesterday in Israeli towns near the Gaza border, as a result of incendiary balloons launched by Muslim terrorists from Gaza.
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An incendiary balloon burned down five dunams of the Beeri Nature Reserve. One turtle was killed in the fire, and another one survived.
Police sappers were called to neutralize an explosive device attached to a balloon that landed in an Israeli town near the Gaza border.
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