Hamas incendiary kites, balloons burn half of S. Israel’s wooded area

New data released Tuesday shows that during the six months since Hamas launched its terror-by-arson campaign from the Gaza Strip, incendiary kites and balloons have set ablaze more than half of the forested areas of southern Israel – nearly 12,000 dunams (7,000 acres). Daniel Gigi. Director of the KKL-JNF southern region said that, although multiple fires are still burning, Israel’s Nature and National Parks Authority, regional authorities, communal volunteers, the IDF and the fire brigade have built a working model for containing the fires very quickly. The World Jewish Congress last week submitted a petition to the UN Environment Program condemning the environmental crimes committed by Hamas’ incendiary balloons, which have killed hundreds of wild animals while devastating woods and farmland.

 

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3 thoughts on “Hamas incendiary kites, balloons burn half of S. Israel’s wooded area

  • Oct 16, 2018 @ 21:15 at 21:15
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    BB gun on a drone. BB gun on a drone. BB gun on drone. I wouldn’t think that should be so hard.

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    • Oct 16, 2018 @ 21:36 at 21:36
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      This disease of launching incendiary devices, the nero syndrome, comes from copper deficit in the brain. Best recurse is Lapua vitamins. But for sure these guys would not accept treatment, in which case an IDF marksman must deliver from far away directly in their mouth. Result is instantly and impressive.

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  • Oct 17, 2018 @ 1:04 at 1:04
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    These are not children playing with kites and balloons! They are terrorists who seek the destruction of Israel. Before it is too late, deal with them with guns using real bullets, and bombs.

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