Muslim terrorist blew himself up while trying to hurl an explosive device at IDF troops
A Muslim terrorist blew himself up while attempting to throw an explosive device at IDF troops near the Karni border crossing in northern Gaza, during Friday’s riots.
No injuries to IDF soldiers were reported.
The explosive device went off within Gaza and injured several Muslim terrorists.
The Gaza Health ministry spokesman said Mohammed Abu Halima, 22, had died from shrapnel wounds to his chest, sustained in an explosion east of Gaza City.
A fellow terrorist who witnessed Abu Halima exploding, said that he activated and tried to throw a grenade using a slingshot.
The IDF said that “a number of terrorists attempted to approach the security fence with the intention of hurling an explosive device at IDF soldiers adjacent to the Karni crossing in the northern Gaza Strip”.
Some 3,000 Muslim terrorists took part in the weekly riots as every Friday after mosque. Hamas-sponsored terrorists have been rioting, throwing rocks, arson kites, balloons, firebombs, sabotaging the security border fence and attempting to infiltrate into Israel in order to kill Jews.
146 Muslim terrorists had been injured in today’s riots, most of them from tear gas and 24 by IDF gunfire.
Since the violent riots broke out along the Gaza border on March 30, at least 139 Muslim terrorists have been eliminated by IDF troops defending Israel’s borders and stopping terrorists infiltrations.
After a new assessment of the security situation, the IDF deployed several Iron Dome batteries in southern Israel on Thursday.
“The IDF is prepared for several scenarios and ready to defend the citizens of the State of Israel and its sovereignty,” the army said in a statement.
Muslim terrorists in Gaza continue to launch firebombs attached to kites and balloons over the security border fence into Israeli territory.
This Saturday will mark 100 days since the beginning of the incendiary attacks into Israeli communities bordering Gaza. Their goal? Torching Israeli fields, destroying wildlife, people’s food and livelihoods.