IDF soldier wounded in third shooting attack from Gaza – Netanyahu halts Qatari money transfer
BREAKING: An IDF soldier was lightly wounded by gunfire from Muslim terrorists during violent riots along the security border fence in southern Gaza.
The soldier was shot in the upper body and evacuated by ambulance to the hospital.
At the same time, Muslim terrorists opened fire towards an IDF unit operating along the border with northern Gaza. No injuries reported.
Shortly before the last shooting attacks, Muslim terrorists broke through the security border fence, sabotaged military equipment and returned to Gaza.
In response to the numerous terror attacks along the Gaza border, the IDF targeted Hamas positions.
Arabs report a Muslim terrorist was eliminated and two others were injured from IDF artillery towards an observation post in El-Bureij, from where the terrorists fired at the troops.
Earlier today, shots were fired by Muslim terrorists at IDF troops guarding Israel’s border with Gaza. No IDF injuries were reported.
In response, an IDF tank struck a Hamas terror post in northern Gaza.
Shortly afterward, IDF troops identified a group of Muslim terrorists who attempted to invade Israel. IDF soldiers fired towards the terrorists, who fled back into Gaza.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu ordered the halting of Qatari money that was meant to be paid out to Hamas terrorists in Gaza, following the terror attacks along the Gaza border.
Earlier this week, the Qatari ambassador to Gaza confirmed that Qatari money for Hamas terror group in Gaza will be delivered via Israel. The envoy, Mohammed al-Emadi, said he expected to bring the $15 million into Gaza in the coming days, with funds to be distributed immediately.