Shots fired at IDF troops in northern Gaza

Shots fired at IDF forces in northern Gaza. IAF attacks observation post.

Elad Benari, Canada ,

IDF patrols Gaza border
IDF patrols Gaza border
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Shots were fired at IDF troops in northern Gaza on Friday evening. There were no injuries or damages.

In response, the Israel Air Force attacked an observation post in northern Gaza.

Meanwhile on Friday, violent riots along the Gaza border continued in several locations, the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit said.

According to the statement, some 7,000 Palestinian Arabs took part in the riot, throwing rocks and burning tires at IDF forces and at the fence. During the day, tear gas canisters and a grenade were thrown towards the forces, exploding inside Gaza.

The Hamas-run health ministry in Gaza claimed that Israeli forces shot dead a Palestinian Arab teenager during clashes along the Gaza border.

Since March 30, Arabs have been holding weekly violent riots along the Gaza border and have been using kites and balloons with explosives attached in order to set fire to Israeli property.

The thousands of balloons and kites carrying incendiary and makeshift explosive devices have sparked hundreds of fires and caused millions of dollars in property damage inside Israel.

The so-called “March of the Return” protests have been openly encouraged by Gaza’s Hamas terrorist rulers.