The occupation attacks Palestinian farmers on Gaza border

Days of Palestine - Gaza

The Israeli occupation forces on Sunday opened fire at Palestinian farmers working in their lands near the border and forced them to leave their lands, east of Gaza.

Local sources said that the occupation soldiers, stationed at the military watchtowers overlooking the border area east of Gaza City, fired several rounds of live bullets and teargas at the farmers, forcing them to leave the area to avoid being shot.

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Luckily, no one was hurt, but the intensity of the shooting forced farmers to stop working their lands and leave the area.

The Israeli occupation forces regularly open fire at people near the border fence with Gaza, including farmers attending to their land, in order to keep them as far from the border as possible.

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