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ISIS Was Entering Israel with Intent to Kill

We reported in the Daily Dispatch that the IDF killed seven terrorists near the Israel-Syria border today, but new details of their intent are alarming. The Times of Israel's Jacob Magid reports that the Islamic State (ISIS) members were attempting to infiltrate Israel armed with automatic weapons and explosive suicide belts, no doubt prepared to carry out murderous terror attacks in the Holy Land:

The gunmen had made it some 200 meters (650 feet) past the “alpha line” but did not manage to reach the technical fence bordering the Israeli Golan Heights, IDF spokesman Jonathan Conricus said, correcting an earlier army statement that said the “terror squad” had been in the Syrian Golan Heights when targeted.

A number of explosive belts and a Kalashnikov rifle were found during searches of the area Thursday morning, according to the army.

The gunmen had crossed into the Israeli territory through the Syria-Jordan-Israel border triangle.

According to Army Radio, the gunmen were en route to an attack on Israel...

Tags: Syria , ISIS , IDF , Terrorism

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