(ANSA) – TEL AVIV, July 25 – Tensions return on the Gaza-Israel border with the resumption – after a three-week hiatus – of incendiary balloons launched from the Strip towards the Negev. Local media reported that at least four fires broke out today in agricultural areas and in the bush near the Gaza Strip. Last month, the Bennett government responded to these attacks by targeting Hamas sites and training camps.
Meanwhile, Egypt’s diplomatic efforts in particular to cement the truce between Israel and Hamas are slowing. Hamas leaders now accuse Israel of blocking the entry of Qatari funding into Gaza needed to rebuild infrastructure and support tens of thousands of needy families. They also complain that Erez passenger crossing and Kerem Shalom commercial crossing are still operating at a very slow pace. As a result, there is an acute shortage of raw materials in Gaza. (handle).
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