The Israeli military said Sunday its aircraft had targeted a leading Gazan figure launching incendiary balloons and kites into Israel. The strike appeared to be the latest instance of the army attempting to warn off Gazans launching balloons and kites at Israel, which have led to daily blazes in fields in southern Israel and raised fears of balloon-borne IED attacks. “Our forces launched an airstrike against the vehicle of one the leaders of a cell relating to incendiary and explosive kites and balloons. The attack was carried out in response to the ongoing launching of incendiary and explosive kites and balloons into Israel,” the army said in a short statement.

A church in Sunbury plans to feed 5,000 people on Sunday. St Saviour’s Sunbury said it will be part of a big evangelism event called Joy at Kempton Park at Kempton Park Racecourse. The event will have a line-up of worship bands, US preacher Andrew Palau sharing his testimony and the Bishop of Kensington closing the event in prayer. Following the service, 300 local church volunteers will be attempting to feed 5,000 people for free. The church said the big lunch is “way beyond” its capabilities, but they’re praying that “Gods provision and glory will be seen”. One of the goals of the event is to highlight food poverty food waste in the area.

A woman who reportedly ran at children with a knife in Stamford Hill shouting ‘I want to kill all you Jews’ has been arrested. The suspect was detained on suspicion of a racially aggravated public order offence and is expected to undergo a mental health assessment. A police statement said they were “called to Craven Park Road on Sunday evening to reports of a woman in possession of a knife behaving erratically.” They said a 47-year-old woman “remains in custody at an east London police station”.After the incident was reported to the police by neighbourhood watch group Shomrim on Sunday evening, police said they will “continue to work with community partners to keep Haringey safe”.