Hamas threatens to escalate violence along Gaza border

Hamas threatens to escalate violence along Gaza border | The Times of Israel

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Hamas threatens to escalate violence along Gaza border

Ahead of planned border riots this evening, the Gaza-ruling Hamas terror group’s “nightly confusion units” vow to gradually escalate up violence along the border with Israel.

Following tonight’s riots, Hamas says that it will resume launching incendiary balloon-borne devices tomorrow.



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