Reward to terrorism: Israel expands fishing zone, renews fuel transfer to Gaza

Reward to terrorism: Israel expands fishing zone, renews fuel transfer to Gaza

The State of Israel and Hamas terror group have reached a ceasefire agreement on Friday. According to Arab reports, the agreements brokered by the UN and Egyptian mediators include the extension of the fishing zone and the renewal of fuel supply to Gaza, halted earlier this week.

Hamas terror group, on its part, would commit to preventing the launch of firebombs and explosive devices into Israel.

In addition, Hamas would ensure that the Muslim terrorists who take part in this week’s Friday riots after mosque, peacefully throw rocks, explosive devices at IDF troops and peacefully sabotage the security border fence in order to infiltrate into Israel to murder Jews.

More than 30 fires break out in southern Israel - Residents complain hazardous smells, irritation (9)

Israel, according to the report, said it wouldn’t use live fire against the terrorists.

Despite the reports of a ceasefire, a bomb attached to a huge bunch of balloons was found this morning in Kibbutz Tze’elim, in the Eshkol Regional Council.

The bomb was disguised as a book “Loving Stella” by Orit Parkin.

Police sappers were called to neutralize the bomb.

Reward to terrorism Israel expands fishing zone, renews fuel transfer to Gaza

 Reward to terrorism Israel expands fishing zone, renews fuel transfer to Gaza (4)

 Police warn Israelis not to touch burning kites, tires or incendiary balloons and immediately report them to the police emergency line.

On Tuesday, Israel indefinitely stopped the transfer of fuel to the power plant in Gaza through the Kerem Shalom crossing in response to the increased number of arson attacks over the last days.

More than 30 fires break out in southern Israel - Residents complain hazardous smells, irritation (4)

There have been more than 100 fires from incendiary devices reported in southern Israel since the beginning of the week, including more than 30 fires reported yesterday.

More than 30 fires break out in southern Israel - Residents complain hazardous smells, irritation

Residents of Israeli towns near the Gaza border reported strong odors, irritation, sore eyes and burning sensations, likely from hazardous chemicals used by terrorists in the incendiary balloons.