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Terrorists Breach Gaza Border, Set Fire to IDF Post

Four terrorists broke through the Gaza border, setting fire to an empty Israeli military outpost. The Times of Israel's Judah Ari Gross reports that the IDF opened fire on the terrorists after the breach:

Israeli troops opened fire at four Palestinians who breached the southern Gaza security fence and set fire to an empty Israel Defense Forces post on Monday, killing one of them, the army said.

According to the military, the four Palestinian youths broke through the fence east of Rafah in the southern Strip and set fire to a sniper’s nest near the border.

“IDF troops spotted the infiltration and monitored the incident. The troops chased after the terrorists, during which time they opened fire at them,” the army said.

“As a result of the gunfire, one terrorist was killed, another was critically injured and was taken for medical treatment, and one was handed over to security forces for interrogation,” the IDF said in a statement...

Tags: IDF , Terrorism , Gaza

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