Terror groups in Gaza agree to temporary halt border terrorism – 6 fires broke out today in southern Israel
Terror groups in Gaza have agreed to temporarily halt the terrorism on the border in order to give a chance to the Egyptian efforts to reach understandings with Israel, a source in Gaza told Ynet.
According to the source, the agreement between the terror groups includes a halt to incendiary balloons, tire burning and the nightly riots on the border.
At least 6 fires broke out today in Israeli towns near the Gaza border due to incendiary balloons launched by Muslim terrorists from Gaza into Israel.
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National Fund Keren Kayemet and firefighting teams are working to put out a fire that sparked in Or HaNer Forest due to an incendiary balloon launched from Gaza.
Earlier today, an incendiary balloon launched by Muslim terrorists from Gaza was found in the yard of a kindergarten in an Eshkol Council Region community.
Police sappers arrived at the scene to neutralize the device.
An Israeli car burst into flames in Kibbutz Alumim due to an incendiary balloon launched from Gaza. No injuries reported.
After seven months of violent riots along the security border fence with Israel, Gazans have coped with tires shortages.
Tires are a favored item by Hamas-sponsored terrorists during the Friday riots after mosque— they are set on fire and under the guise of smoke and riots, Muslim terrorists attempt to sabotage the fence in order to infiltrate into Israel and murder Jews.
In response, Israel has halted tire imports into Gaza.
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Residents of southern Israel have experienced hundreds of fires and are breathing the smoke from burning tires for more than seven months. Many have also reported that they have begun suffering from lung disease and other respiratory ailments.