Fires broke out in southern Israel due to kites armed with firebombs launched by Muslim terrorists in Gaza
HAPPENING NOW: A number of fires broke out in the Kissufim Forest, Be’eri and Nir Am in southern Israel, due to kites armed with firebombs launched by Muslim terrorists in Gaza.
Another firebomb attached to a balloon caused a fire near Sderot on Saturday.
Multiple fire department units are dealing with the fires. No casualties were reported.
IDF warns Israelis not to touch burning kites from Gaza for fear of booby traps.
On Friday morning, Muslim terrorists in Gaza flew an explosive device attached to a balloon over the security border fence into Israel and landed in an Israeli town in the Sha’ar HaNegev regional council.
Bomb squad was called to neutralize the device with the help of a sapper robot.
An IDF drone fired two missiles at a group of Muslim terrorists near Bureij in Gaza, who were preparing to launch firebombs attached to kites over the security border fence into Israeli territory.