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IEC Restores Power to Gaza Border Communities After Rocket Strike

Power lines to Israeli communities were also knocked out near Gaza. The IEC sent in workers to fix them.
An electric company worker risking his life to restore power to Israeli communities along the Gaza border.

An electric company worker risking his life to restore power to Israeli communities along the Gaza border.
Photo Credit: Mishel Dahan / IEC / News0404

Yesterday, a rocket launched from Gaza hit the high-tension power lines near Kissufim that brings electricity to Khan Younis and Dir Elbalach in Gaza.

An estimated 70,000 Gazans are without electricity, because of Hamas.

Prime Minister Netanyahu and the Israel Electric Company (IEC) made it clear they will not risk their workers lives to restore the electricity to Gaza. But once the shooting is over, the IEC plans to fix the power lines.

As it happens, rockets from Gaza also damaged power lines in Hof Ashkelon, and left some of the Israeli towns around the Gaza area also without electricity.

This afternoon, the IEC sent heavily protected workers to the area to restore power to the Israeli towns.

The IEC employees wore bomb vests and helmets as they quickly worked to restore power to Israel’s Gaza border communities.

They were protected by IDF troops.

An electric company worker risking his life to restore power to Israeli communities along the Gaza border.

An electric company worker risking his life to restore power to Israeli communities along the Gaza border.
Photo by Mishel Dahan / IEC/ News0404

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18 Responses to “IEC Restores Power to Gaza Border Communities After Rocket Strike”

  1. GOD BLESS ISRAEL+IDF.
    GOD LOVES ISRAEL+IDF.
    GOD PROTECT ISRAEL+IDF.
    WE LOVE YOU +IDF.
    WE WILL STAND WITH YOU ISRAEL+IDF

  2. Lloyd Thomas says:

    America And israel has laser technology to blow up the sun and or use antimatter to blow the world up they have the underground tech-atom physisits to blow this world up. much murder in the middel east were i prophesied about this world event now is the time to blow the heck out of the france underground atom/atomic structure too much killing in israel use the laser technology from America and israel to gather and blow us all up just to make sure srend on into the pits of helll in sibearia and the portals where i went to break my curse you and your allah can have the legions of hormones and unbelievers kills innocent citiens and you can have that demond they ex-communicated from the vatican and use that all to blow the portals of hell wide out and the gates of hell up and the entrence all togather using anti-matter

  3. look what they have done to prime Minister Netanyahu’s voice on you tube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ObtQ4y8HCk

  4. Lloyd Thomas says:

    they hate they kill they can have allah and the 72+virgins who are unmarried prosititues and anti-christs who dont beiloeve in life after death and the blood of those crying through me

  5. Hey! Hamas look! ! ! Israel fixed your electricity power line. Are you going to hit it again? come on! stop your foolishness and evil desire!

  6. Judith Ross says:

    I would not have done so until they paid their bills.

  7. Even when the power is restored, they figuratively choose to live in the dark. Residents of Gaza support Hamas. They are not victims, but co-conspirators.

  8. Even when the power is restored, they figuratively choose to live in the dark. Residents of Gaza support Hamas. They are not victims, but co-conspirators.

  9. Even when the power is restored, they figuratively choose to live in the dark. Residents of Gaza support Hamas. They are not victims, but co-conspirators.

  10. Even when the power is restored, they figuratively choose to live in the dark. Residents of Gaza support Hamas. They are not victims, but co-conspirators.

  11. Wait a minute, why didn’t we just restore power for the Israeli’s ! Why in hell should Gaza have electricity ? Why !

  12. Ohev Israel says:

    The content of this post exposes the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as it is. It can surely help Israel in it’s efforts to disseminate abroad positive information about Israel, but I’m not quite sure it’s effective here. I have a great idea that can help us get the international recognition we deserve. If you are a good English speaker, and know how to represent Israel with pride and intelligence, please take a look at this page and it’s goals. Thanks! :-)
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hasbara-Everywhere/1485510881691906?ref=hl

  13. Please stop being nice to them, Israel! You want them all out of there, right? If they knock out their own power, tough! Be tough on your enemies! They will leave. That would have to be good, I would think….

  14. Ruth Brackin says:

    Because Israel helps EVERYONE, no matter who they are. They take what G-d say seriously. We are to be our “neighbors” keeper.

  15. Exactly! I wouldn’t even warn them when you strike those particular sites, either. No warnings, no phone calls, etc. When you are done you are done. When the gloves come off, they are off. They never show Israel or the Jewish folks mercy.

  16. Please read article Israel did not fix electricity for Hamas only for the Jewish communities nearby.

  17. Paul W. Howe says:

    Must cut basic to make hamas pay instead of making millionaires…..

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