3 Muslim terrorists eliminated in Naksa, Quds Day violent riots on Gaza border
As every Friday after mosque, some 10,000 Gaza terrorists gathered in five different locations along the security fence between the Israel-Gaza border and began rioting.
The Muslim terrorists are throwing rocks and firebombs, burning tires, flying arson kites over the border, attacking IDF troops and attempting to sabotage the fence in order to infiltrate into Israel and murder Jews.
IDF soldiers are using crowd dispersal measures, including fire at main instigators, in accordance with IDF rule of engagement and “are remaining on high-alert.”
At least three Muslim terrorists were shot and eliminated. One of them was eliminated east of Khan Yunis in southern Gaza, another one in the north of the territory, the health ministry in Gaza said. Witnesses said one of the terrorists was shot close to the fence where he was throwing rocks at soldiers. The third terrorist was said to be 15 years old.
IDF officials are expecting large riots, raising the likelihood of bloodshed in the annual Al Naksa Day, meaning “setback”, referring to Israel’s stunning victory in the multi-front 1967 Six Day War against neighboring Arab states.
The Naksa day coincides with the Quds Day, a day Iran created as a platform for Muslim terror-sympathizers to incite violence and hate against Israel. Thousands of Iranians chant “Death to Israel” and “Death to America”, while burning Israeli and American flags.
Early morning, IDF drones were sent east of Rafah to set fire to stacks of tires prepared to be used later in the day. Under the guise of smoke and riots, Muslim terrorists in Gaza will attempt to breach the security border fence and infiltrate into Israel.