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February 2, 2015 / 13 Shevat, 5775
 
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Amphibious Infiltration by Terrorists Thwarted (Additional Info)

Kibbutz Zikim - Sea

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By Yaniv Hasidoff The IDF thwarted this evening an attempted infiltration by terrorists via the sea. Four Hamas terrorists were spotted on their way to a beach on Israel’s southern shores, their final objective the Kibbutz of Zikim. The terrorists were spotted while diving from Gaze’s shores and were stopped by IDF infantry who ambushed them on the Israeli shore.

All terrorists were killed in the gunfight that ensued. One soldier was lightly wounded. Judging by the amount of weapons the terrorists were carrying they probably intended to inflict severe damage to the civilian population of the kibbutz and the surrounding towns.

All residents in the environs of the attack were ordered to stay in their homes and masses of security forces are currently blocking off the area. A security official has announced that the incident has not yet been concluded. They may be searching for further terrorists.

Earlier today The IDF Spokesman announced that the IDF attacked a vehicle in which a Hamas terrorist named Mohammed Shaaban, 24, of Jabalya, had been traveling. Shaaban was a trainer and commander of Hamas’s naval commando force in northern Gaza. Two other people were inside the vehicle when it was struck, the IDF said. He may have trained the terrorists who made the failed attempt this evening.

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21 Responses to “Amphibious Infiltration by Terrorists Thwarted (Additional Info)”

  1. HE that watches over ISRAEL never slumbers

  2. Leon Lee says:

    G-D bless Israel and the IDF. May G-D destroy the enemies of Israel. Amen

  3. Simon Holm says:

    AMEN God Bless Israel

  4. God watch over Israel, protect her against invasion of these terrorists. Claim the victory for peace to be established among your people.

  5. Judy Richka says:

    I hope they were killed

  6. Good work I guess they are learning from our illegals

  7. David Bryan says:

    drown them. feed them to the sharks

  8. Sally Penso says:

    It’s good that god has commanded that jews learn to swim

  9. SHOOT THEM DO NOT ARREST THEM PLEASE!! DEVILLSSMUSLIMSSMURDERSS WILL NEVER CHANGE PERIOD!!

  10. SHOOT THEM DO NOT ARREST THEM PLEASE!! DEVILLSSMUSLIMSSMURDERSS WILL NEVER CHANGE PERIOD!!

  11. SHOOT THEM DO NOT ARREST THEM PLEASE!! DEVILLSSMUSLIMSSMURDERSS WILL NEVER CHANGE PERIOD!!

  12. SHOOT THEM DO NOT ARREST THEM PLEASE!! DEVILLSSMUSLIMSSMURDERSS WILL NEVER CHANGE PERIOD!!

  13. I am proud of the IDF. They keep Israel safe

  14. HALLELUJAH!! <3 thanks to the IDF…plus ANGELS!

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