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Israel Burns in ‘Fire Intifada;’ 60,000 Evacuated

Out-of-control wildfires set intentionally by Palestinian terrorists have burned across Israel since Tuesday and continue to rage, with new areas threatened by flames as other blazes have come under control.

From the Jerusalem Post:

The Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) and Israel Police announced Thursday afternoon that they have detained a number of suspects on suspicion of arson.

Channel 2 reported that some 60,000 residents have been evacuated from the Haifa area in light of fires in the northern port city, according to police estimates as of Thursday afternoon. According to latest figures, there were 30 reports of light injury due to smoke inhalation.

The University of Haifa was also evacuated on as a precautionary move as fires raged closer.

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5 Comments

  • 1. hochlata try wrote:

    Im going to try to spend less wherever I can, and then give extra to shluchim in Eretz Yisroel.
    what else can we all do, lets list :

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  • 3. Israeli Chabad wrote:

    DAVEN. Say Tehillim. We aren’t in the path of the fires – yet- but I know people who are. One woman said her son ran for his life when his school caught fire in Zichron Yaakov. Please…. DAVEN FOR RAIN. We should have had plenty by now, but we had one downpour 3 weeks ago. Only the Aibishter can help, it is really bad. Thank you for caring.

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  • 5. Money talks wrote:

    There is a certain ethnic people living in Eretz Yisroel, who have in mind one thing: our destruction!
    However, how do you punish anyone, who has not yet taken negative action – because they only have the thought?
    Simple, and this is morally correct: Just offer enough money to compensate them for any loss, and order them to pick-up and leave.

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