Yesterday, Stand for Israel told you about PM Netanyahu's visit to the embattled south of Israel, where he met with young children who face the threat of rockets and incendiary attacks each and every day. No sooner had the Israeli premier left, reports Ynet News' Matan Zuri, but an incendiary balloon launched by Gazan terrorists landed on the playground of an Israeli kindergarten — while children played:
An incendiary balloon launched Tuesday from Gaza landed a kindergarten's yard in the Sdot Negev Regional Council where children were present at the time but none were hurt. A police sapper was called to neutralize the dangerous article.
The incident occurred only hours after a visit by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman in the region...
Speaking during a visit to a regional military base, Netanyahu said: "We are in the midst of a campaign, there is an exchange of blows, and I can say that the IDF is prepared for every scenario. Like me, all Israeli citizens believe in and support the IDF ahead of any possible development..."