Hamas terror group gets ready for war with Israel in large scale mock drill
Hamas terror group launched a large-scale surprise drill Tuesday to test the readiness of its terrorists for the next war with Israel.
The drill is conducted in coordination between Hamas’ armed wing Izz ad-Din al-Qassam and the Islamic Jihad wing Saraya al-Quds.
According to Arab reports, the alert level was raised to its highest and all the terrorists were called up for duty.
The Gaza fishermen’s association also said Hamas’s naval forces imposed a maritime blockade “until further notice,” urging all fishermen at sea to return to shore.
“At this time, a surprise exercise is being carried out that deals with a scenario of a surprise security threat, in order to test the readiness of security forces,” an official Hamas Interior Ministry statement said.
A fire broke out in the last hour in Kisufim in southern Israel due to firebombs attached to balloons, launched by Muslim terrorists from Gaza into Israel.
Yesterday, terror groups in Gaza posted on social media pictures of explosive devices and firebombs they are preparing, and announced the return of arson terror attacks.
The drill comes a day after the IDF discovered a Hamas terror tunnel that crosses into Israeli territory, during the construction of the underground barrier along the Gaza border.