Big nature reserve in southern Israel set ablaze by Palestinian kites from Gaza

Firefighters were out in force Saturday to save the Karmia Nature Reserve in southern Israel as high winds fanned the blaze caused  by burning kites tossed over by Palestinians from Gaza. Kibbutz Kissufim farmland was also set on fire again as well as a cornfield near the Sapir College in Sderot and a fire near Nir Am. The Palestinian campaign to vandalize Israeli crops and vegetation has been going on for weeks. The nature reserve is located in the Hof Ashkelon Region to the north of the Gaza Strip.

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5 thoughts on “Big nature reserve in southern Israel set ablaze by Palestinian kites from Gaza

  • Jun 2, 2018 @ 18:36 at 18:36
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    Destroy our crops and damage our food supply, no food, electricity or medical help for you.

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  • Jun 2, 2018 @ 19:13 at 19:13
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    Once again the theory of Quantum Islamics is confirmed: the duality sh*t-religion causes the hate particles to propagate in fire waves.

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  • Jun 2, 2018 @ 20:41 at 20:41
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    These are acts of war, very closely following an agreement to end hositilities. Israel must give one warning, either complete cessation of these fire attacks (which are crimes against humanity) or there will be all out war. The warning must be delivered both to Hamas, the U.N., the E.U., Russia and the U.S.A. and followed up with great force.

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  • Jun 2, 2018 @ 21:00 at 21:00
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    I guess, according to United [Arab] Nations, playing with fire that spreads through the [Israeli] neighborhood is a basic human right…

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  • Jun 2, 2018 @ 22:29 at 22:29
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    PALOOSERSTINIANS NEED TO BE SQUASHED LIKE THE BUGS THEYARE.

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