On November 24, Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu praised Turkey’s president Recep Tayyip Erdogan for sending in specialized aircrafts to fight the wildfires that hit the Zionist entity recently.
The Zionist entity has been fighting wildfires around the country since November 22 and has enlisted the aid of other countries as firefighters battle to put out flames damaging houses and forcing over 100,000 Israelis to evacuate.
Russia, Italy, Croatia, Egypt, Jordan, and Greece have also offered to send planes to fight the blazes after Netanyahu asked for foreign aid, fearing a spread of the fires because of strong winds.
Netanyahu, a Serial Liar and his education minister Naftali Bennet, a mad-dog Zionist Jew, are trying their best to blame Palestinians in the West Bank for starting the wildfire which was the result of a severe draught Jew settlers were facing this year.
“Every fire that was the result of arson or incitement to arson is terror in every way and we’ll treat it as such. Anyone who tries to burn parts of the state of Israel will be severely punished,” Israeli newspaper Ha’aretz quoted Netanyahu saying.
On November 25, JTA reported that Israeli police have arrested 12 people on suspicion of arson over a series of wildfires that have burned around the country for four days. Firefighters have brought a blaze under control around the northern city of Haifa, where about 80,000 people were ordered to evacuate.
Yona Yahav, the mayor of Haifa said on Army Radio: “I have no information on the people who have been arrested on suspicion of arson, but wish to remind listeners that there wasn’t a single Arab town in the country that didn’t contact me to offer its help.”
According to BBC, Palestinian Authority leader ruling the West Bank Mahmoud Abbas offered to help Israel’s fire department but didn’t get a response.
Rabbi Elyakim Levanon, of the illegal Jew settler community of Elon Moreh in a pamphlet has claimed that the current wildfire raging the Zionist entity is divine punishment for Netanyahu government plan to uproot some of the illegal Jewish settlements.
In his pamphlet, Levanon wrote: “Strong winds usually carry rain but now all is dry and flammable. It is G-d’s hand that does it. The Israeli government is delaying the approval of the law for regulation,” he added in reference to a bill designed to legalize Amona and other West Bank outposts deemed illegal.