The occupation attacks Palestinian farmers and shepherds in the Gaza Strip

Days of Palestine - Gaza

The Israeli occupation forces on Monday attacked Palestinian farmers and shepherds on their agricultural lands in the north and south of the Gaza Strip.

Local sources reported that the occupation forces stationed and the military vehicles at the borders east of Gaza City fired bullets and smoke bombs at groups of farmers in the agricultural lands east of Al-Zaytoun neighborhood, forcing them to leave their lands.

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No injuries were reported among the farmers who were forced to leave their lands. 

The occupation forces stationed in the vicinity of the "Kissufim" Israeli military site, east of Khan Yunis, soldiers opened fire with their automatic rifles at farmers east of Khan Yunis as they were working on their border area lands and at shepherds in the area.

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