Terror attack thwarted: Backpack filled with firebombs left near the Gaza border
IDF forces discovered a backpack filled with firebombs left by Muslim terrorists along the Gaza border in order to attack troops patrolling the security border fence.
IDF spokesman Brigadier General Ronen Manelis said the discovery proved yet again that last week’s mass riots on the Israel-Gaza border were used by Gaza terrorists to carry out attacks on Israeli forces.
The violence broke out on Friday after 45,000 Muslim terrorists rioted near the fence, threw rocks and firebombs, burned tires and attempted to infiltrate into Israel in order to murder Jews.
The Hamas-sponsored riots are due to end on May 15, the day Arabs call the “Nakba” or “Catastrophe”, marking the creation of the State of Israel in 1948.
The IDF said that at least ten Gazans out of the 16 eliminated by Israeli gunfire on the Gaza border Friday were known terrorists, eight of which were members of Hamas terror group, which said earlier that day only five of which were its members.
A spokesman for PA chairman Abbas’ Fatah says 14 of the Muslim terrorists eliminated while trying to attack Israeli territory, were Fatah members, trying to outscore Hamas. By that he admits that none were peaceful protesters.
Meanwhile in Gaza, some 10,000 tires have been collected to set ablaze and throw at the security border fence during the Hamas-sponsored planned riots for next Friday after mosque.
Terror-fans in Gaza are posting on social media instructions of methods to prepare and launch ‘peaceful’ firebombs and collecting mirrors to blind IDF troops so terrorists can damage the security fence, infiltrate into Israel and kill Jews.