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Incendiary Balloon Launches Continue After IDF Defense Strikes on Gaza

Palestinian terrorists continue to launch incendiary balloons into Southern Israel, destroying thousands of acers of land. What would you expect our government to do if communities in Southern Texas were being set ablaze because of incendiary balloons from Mexico?

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Incendiary balloon launches continue after IDF strikes on Gaza

In response to machine-gun fire from Gaza that was heard in Israel, the IDF carried out an additional strike on a Hamas terrorist tunnel in Khan Younis.

Incendiary balloons were launched from the Gaza Strip on Tuesday hours after the IDF struck targets in the Gaza Strip late Monday night and into Tuesday morning after 10 fires were sparked by incendiary balloons launched into Israel from the Hamas-run coastal enclave.

IDF fighter jets had struck a weapons production site in Khan Younis, a terrorist tunnel in Jabaliya and a rocket-launching platform in the Shejaiya neighborhood of Gaza City, which was located in a civilian area near a school, the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit has confirmed.

In response to machine-gun fire from Gaza that was heard in Israel, the military carried out an additional strike on a Hamas terrorist tunnel in Khan Younis.

The strike was in response to the firing of incendiary balloons, which “proved once again that the terrorist organization Hamas continues to lead and degenerate Gaza into a terrorist state,” the IDF said, adding that they will continue to strongly respond to further attempts at terrorism and that it holds Hamas responsible for everything that happens in Gaza.
Despite the continuing balloon launches, imported vehicles and gravel were allowed into the Gaza Strip from Israel on Tuesday.
The balloon launches came as Palestinian factions threatened to continue “popular activities,” including border protests, until the blockade on the Gaza Strip is lifted and Qatari funds are transferred into the coastal enclave.
Despite the continuing balloon launches, imported vehicles and gravel were allowed into the Gaza Strip from Israel on Tuesday.
The balloon launches came as Palestinian factions threatened to continue “popular activities,” including border protests, until the blockade on the Gaza Strip is lifted and Qatari funds are transferred into the coastal enclave.

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