Residents of southern Israel block entrance of goods into Gaza in protest for rocket attacks
Residents of southern Israel communities near the Gaza border demonstrated at the Kerem Shalom crossing Monday morning, briefly blocking the entrance of Qatari fuel and goods into Gaza, in protest of the security situation.
Dozens of residents from Israeli towns near the Gaza border protested in Tel Aviv on Sunday evening against the current wave of rockets launched from Gaza over the weekend, the firebomb-balloons that have torched thousands of acres of land, and “Israel’s lack of reaction.”
At least 40 rockets were fired by Muslim terrorists from Gaza towards southern Israel during Friday night and Saturday morning. Several residents of Israeli towns near the Gaza border suffered shock and were evacuated to hospital.
Despite the rockets and continued firebomb-balloons and infiltration attempts along the border, Israel has kept the Kerem Shalom crossing to Gaza open, permitting the transfer of supplies to Gaza.
Earlier on Sunday, the IDF drone-bombed a group of Muslim terrorists approaching the security border fence with Gaza and attempting to plant a bomb east of Khan Younis.
Three teen-terrorists between the ages of 12 and 14 were eliminated in the strike, Gaza’s Health Ministry said.
In response, hundreds of terror sympathizers protested throughout Gaza early Monday, calling on Hamas and Islamic Jihad terror groups for more rocket attacks.