Some 11,000 rioting Palestinians in Gaza attack Israeli troops, send balloons

Around 11,000 Palestinians rioted on the Gaza border on Friday, hurling hand grenades and explosive devices at Israeli troops. Some tried to smash their way through the border fence. The soldiers fought back with mob-dispersal measures. One soldier was slightly wounded. These weekly Hamas-orchestrated disturbances have been going on for close to a year. The assault by incendiary balloons on neighboring Israeli communities resumed Friday, after a pause of several weeks. Some came down around Netivot and Ofakim. The Palestinian health ministry reported 27 Palestinians were injured in the border clash.

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4 thoughts on “Some 11,000 rioting Palestinians in Gaza attack Israeli troops, send balloons

  • Feb 15, 2019 @ 19:31 at 19:31
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    Deal with them the way Egyptians dealt with them on the southern border.
    It’s the only real way to stop it.

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  • Feb 15, 2019 @ 19:33 at 19:33
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    Initiated and payed for by the Islamic State of the caliph Khamenei. The coalition should start going after him, the work in Syria reaches its end.

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  • Feb 15, 2019 @ 22:53 at 22:53
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    STOP CALLING THE PEOPLE LIVING IN GAZA “Palestinian” !

    These fake indigenous Arabs would not dare try this on the border with Encryption forces.. I hope at some point the IDF or whomever controls their lease will grow a pair of baitzeam and puts a stop to this activity which at some point will be a major PR disaster for the State. These people do not want peace. Make no mistake their actions are strictly to try and kill Jews.

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    • Feb 16, 2019 @ 1:25 at 1:25
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      How about calling them by their proper name?

      Pal-e-SWINIANS.

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