SPECIAL SECURITY REPORT
Attempted breaches on Sunday of Israel’s border fence with Gaza thwarted as IDF forces kill 3 of the infiltrators, all neutralized. Explosives thrown at soldiers during second attempt.
By Gary Willig
The IDF stated that two attempts were made to infiltrate Israel from Gaza Sunday evening.
In the first incident, two terrorists were identified attempting to breach the fence in the southern Gaza Strip. IDF forces opened fire on the suspects, killing one of them. The other suspect was apprehended and taken for questioning by security forces.
A few hours ago, a Hamas terrorist tried to sabotage the fence and other security equipment at the Karni Crossing, near where the Hamas-led assault on the fence was stopped only two days ago. He was apprehended. Another attempt by Hamas to attack Israel. More details to follow. pic.twitter.com/a0vxolDKO5
— Jonathan Conricus (@LTCJonathan) April 29, 2018
In the second incident, two more terrorists breached the fence. The terrorists threw explosive devices at IDF forces stationed on the Israeli side of the fence. The IDF soldiers responded by opening fire, killing the two terrorists.
Over the last five weeks, about 40 people have been killed in riots along the Gaza border. Approximately 80% of the fatalities have been identified as terrorists and members of Hamas and other terrorist organizations in the Gaza Strip.
During the latest riots on Friday, Gazans burned tires, attempted to burn and breach the border fence, threw rocks at IDF soldiers, and threw firebombs attached to kites into Israeli territories.
One of these kites set a wheat field on fire, causing tremendous damage.
On Saturday, Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh urged the rioters to intensify their confrontations with the IDF.
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