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Highest level of Humanity! 8 Palestinian firefighters arrive to help put out Israeli wildfires

Highest level of Humanity! 8 Palestinian firefighters arrive to help put out Israeli wildfires
Firefighters help extinguish a new fire that broke out in the Israeli town of Nataf (Ahmad Gharabli/AFP)

 Israel! A country which killed millions of Palestinians majorly kids, a country which killed babies in front of parents, a country which killed sole bread owners of millions of families.

“It is heart breaking to see Carmel in flames. This is not the time for incitement. It is the time to join forced and do everything possible to save Carmel,” Ayman Odeh.

Jerusalem: Despite the fact that Israel has killed millions of Palestinians in the past 70 years, yet Palestine has come up to the help of Israel by sending 8 firefighters on Thursday evening, thus reaching the maximum level of Humanity any country could have reached.

On Thursday evening eight Palestinian firefighting crews arrived to Israel to battle the wildfires raging in Haifa, Modi’in, Rishon Lezion and many other locations.

Four crews entered in the north through the Gilboa crossing to assist teams in Haifa. An additional four crews were sent to help with the fires in the Jerusalem area.

“Fire doesn’t distinguish between Jews and Arabs,” MK c chairman of the Joint List stated earlier on Thursday. 

“It is heart breaking to see Carmel in flames. This is not the time for incitement. It is the time to join forced and do everything possible to save Carmel,” said Ayman Odeh.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at a briefing on Wednesday said that some countries were sending aerial firefighters, but said it was clear that more were going to be needed.

“Firefighting planes from Israel and around the world are the critical component. That’s why we built the fire air squadron and it’s doing an excellent job. Countries are joining hands. Russia, Greece, Italy, Cyprus, Croatia and Turkey have already answered the call,” Netanyahu said.

We are at war,” Haifa Fire Service spokesman Uri Chibutro told Maariv. “It is very important to listen to all the personnel. At the moment the fire is not under control, and I advise everyone to listen to rescue teams and emergency instructions.”

As of Thursday night, 67 people remained hospitalized due to fire related injuries.