PM Netanyahu (Photo: Alex Kolomoisky)
YNetNews By: Moran Azulay
During weekly Cabinet remarks, prime minister fails to elaborate on how army is expected to end the phenomenon plaguing south Israel as several fires break out in the region throughout the day; referencing weekend flare-up, Netanyahu says he hopes Hamas ‘got the message; if not, they will get it later.’
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu instructed the IDF Sunday morning to put an end to the phenomenon of kite and balloon terror from the Gaza Strip that has wreaked havoc on Israeli communities in recent months, scorching acres of farmland and forests and ravaging wildlife in southern Israel.
“I heard it being said that Israel has agreed to a ceasefire that would allow the continuation of terrorism by incendiary kites and balloons; this is incorrect. We are not prepared to accept any attacks against us and we will respond appropriately,” Netanyahu said at the beginning of the Cabinet meeting.