Explosives thrown by Muslim terrorists from Gaza into Israel throughout the day and night

Hundreds of Muslim terrorists are rioting tonight in Gaza along the security border fence with Israel.

Hamas-sponsored terrorists are burning tires, throwing rocks, grenades, bombs, firebombs, fireworks, pointing lasers at IDF troops and attempting to sabotage the fence in order to invade Israel and murder Jews.

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Hundreds of explosive devices being thrown at IDF forces securing the border east of al-Bureij.

Photos of some of the equipment used tonight were published online by Gaza terrorists.

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Muslim terrorists continue attempting to murder Jews by launching explosive devices attached to balloons into Israeli territory.

At least two explosive devices attached to balloons exploded in the Sha’ar HaNegev regional council. No one was hurt.

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 Police warn Israelis not to touch burning kites, tires or incendiary balloons and immediately report them to the police emergency line.

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In addition, IDF soldiers identified a Gazan who crossed the security fence into Israel from Gaza.

The troops arrested the terrorist near the crossing point and he was transferred to security forces for further questioning.

Israel briefly closed the Kerem Shalom crossing with Gaza Tuesday morning after a drone from Gaza was spotted flying over the area.

“During the morning there was a drone that was identified flying over the crossing,” according to a spokesperson for the Office of the Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories.

“Our forces in the area were following the drone the entire time that it was airborne,” the spokesperson said.