A firefighter looking on as a wildfire breaks out outside Jerusalem on November 25.
"Since last night (Saturday) it's pretty calm".
Israel has been experiencing a wildfire which have spreaded quickly across Israel due to dry, windy weather, forcing tens of thousands of people to evacuate their homes.
Turkey had sent 3 firefighting aircrafts to Israel in order to help the country struggling against wildfires for several days.
Palestinian authorities sent 41 firefighters and eight trucks on Friday to help in Haifa and the Jerusalem area.
It would be the easiest thing in the world for Israeli officials to pin responsibility for the fires on Palestinians.
Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said 23 people in custody were found lighting fires or connected to those who had started blazes. The fact that the fires have hit Israel especially hard, and even if some of them are indeed arson, does not grant ministers carte blanche to incite against 20 percent of the population - and certainly not to abuse Jewish history in the process.
Almost three dozen people, most from the Palestinian territories, have been arrested on suspicion of arson since the outbreak of wildfires across the country.
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A special team of neighboring Palestinian firefighters also arrived to help, prompting Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to place a rare call to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and thank him for his support in overcoming the fires.
Initial investigations point to the majority of the fires being caused by arson.
The solidarity came as a welcome counter to multiple reports alleging that numerous fires were nationalistically-motivated arson and the celebratory battle cries sweeping Arabic-language social media in which "Israel is burning" became the highest trending hashtag in recent days.
Most of the fires that swept across the country in recent days have been extinguished, according to reports, though several small fires cropped up on Sunday and more could be expected.
More than 1,800 apartments were destroyed in the northern city of Haifa and more than 500 could no longer be used, Israeli radio said Sunday.
Prime Minister Netanyahu said such crimes will not be tolerated.
Local media quoted authorities as saying an estimated 700 homes have so far been damaged or destroyed by the fires.
And Jewish extremists have been charged with arson attacks in the past, including one previous year in the West Bank village of Duma that killed a Palestinian toddler and his parents.