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Israel Detains Armed Palestinians From Gaza

28 March 2018, 01:02 | Colleen Roy

Following drill, Hamas warns Israel against 'rash acts'

Clashes between Israeli forces and Palestinians along the Gaza border

The military has said it discovered footprints along its security fence with Gaza on Tuesday and in subsequent searches captured the three who were armed with knives and grenades.

The three men were arrested Tuesday near the Tzeelim army base, which is located about 12 miles from the Gaza border.

A number of Palestinians on Saturday breached the frontier and tried to torch heavy equipment, following which Israeli jets attacked positions of Hamas, the Islamist group that controls Gaza.

"We don't know who sent them and what their goal was", an Israeli army spokeswoman told AFP.

Gazans are calling for mass marches toward a border fence that seals off the coastal territory from Israel.

The Palestinian National Bureau for Defending lands and countering colonies, said the Israeli colonialist activities do not only target occupied East Jerusalem, but also several vital parts of the West Bank, especially in the Northern Plains, as Israel is planning to transform four colonies and an outpost, into a "city" by illegally annexing thousands of Dunams of Palestinian lands.




"Hamas is at a low point, suffering severe civilian and infrastructure crises", Major General Herzl Halevi said at a conference.

A subsequent army statement said: "Following reports of sirens sounding in southern Israel, unusual machine gun fire towards Israel was identified".

"Hamas must understand such conduct will only make its situation worse".

The Iron Dome missile defense system was activated on Sunday night, and dozens of the anti-missile missiles were fired into the sky.

Gaza's Hamas rulers are urging residents to gather near the fence and march toward Israeli positions.

Israeli media reported multiple interceptions launched from Ashkelon following barrage of rockets fired from Gaza.



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