Israeli military infiltrates southern Gaza border, raze lands

Days of Palestine - Gaza

Today, Wednesday, several Israeli military vehicles penetrated into the border areas of the citizens east of Rafah, in the southern Gaza Strip, and razed farmlands, according to local sources.

Local sources reported that seven Israeli military vehicles, including bulldozers and tanks, launched from the occupation sites located at the border east of Rafah and penetrated for tens of meters into the lands of the citizens in the Al-Nahda neighborhood in the east of the city and erected earth mounds amidst a barrage of gunfire and smoke bombs.

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International agencies have denounced the almost daily Israeli infiltration into and the destruction of Gaza’s border farmland, often the main source of living for hundreds of families.


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