First incendiary kite from Nablus
The first Palestinian incendiary kite from Nablus landed Monday at the Tura winery on Mt. Gerizim, without catching fire. A large fire is blazing in the cornfields of Kibbutz Alumim in the Shear Hanegev Council after a balloon was tossed over from the Gaza Strip.
9 thoughts on “First incendiary kite from Nablus”
The chance of Al-Aqsa catching fire has just reached 99.5%.
Need any matches??
Then it was my olive trees, and then the goats, and sheep, and houses, and cars, as well as their camels and donkeys.
This is a direct result of the IDF pitiful, impotent “performance” on the Gaza border !
Yosef, Isn’t is the IDF. Is the those who control the IDF. Once those reigns come off it won’t take the IDF more then a few hours to make this BS stop. Its time for us Jews to conquer the land we were told to conquer. I think the IDF should knock down any building where these firebombs are being launched from. Yes, with those on the roof and the inhabitants. Collective punishment works for the they are allowing there building to be used for that purpose and let’s not forget the Arabs in Gaza voted for Hamas. They are all culpable.
My dear wandering Jew: of course it is Bibi and co. who are directly responsible for the perceived IDF failure.
Have already mentioned this subject too many times on Debka – it pains me and it is time to take a break…
Mazel tov! Israel finally is reacting to the fire balloons. They should also start assassinating those behind the incendiary balloons as well.
It is ridiculous that hamas is coming out of this situation Victorious, and looks to reap a windfall of hundreds of millions of dollars of cash in a supposed truce, which they will undoubtably break as they have done before.
IDF should form a PR department which will counter the effectiveness of the Palestinians falsified and manipulated PR.
Why does the IDF not use low power lasers to pop the balloons?? Harmless and it can be done before release or after!!