Israeli bulldozers infiltrate Gaza border area

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Israeli military bulldozers Wednesday morning moved a limited distance into Palestinian lands, east of Deir Al-Balah, in the central Gaza Strip.

Local sources said that four military bulldozers moved from the "Tiger" gate to the east of Wadi al-Salqa town, east of the city, a distance of 100 meters.

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It explained that the bulldozers began sweeping operations near the security fence, backed by military vehicles stationed on the dirt mounds inside the occupied interior.

Sources indicated that the area witnessed a similar incursion a few days ago while witnessing almost daily shooting towards agricultural lands and sheepherders.

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The eastern border areas of Gaza are repeatedly exposed to Israeli military incursions and gunfire attacks, which prevents hundreds of farmers from working their lands near the security fence.
 


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