Gaza farmers working in their lands in the central and southern Gaza Strip on Tuesday came under heavy Israeli occupation gunfire forcing them to evict their farms short and leave the place, local sources reported.
It said that Israeli soldiers stationed at the barrier along the Gaza borders opened machine gunfire at farmers in the town of al-Qarara, northeast of Khan Yunis, in the south of the Gaza Strip, and at farmers east of al-Bureij refugee camp, in the central Gaza Strip, causing them to leave the area. No injuries were reported.
Israeli soldiers always open fire at farmers working on their lands near the border fence and cause them to leave the location.
Tens injured, six arrested after IOF storms villages in Jerusalem
Tens of people were on Tuesday wounded from rubber-coated metal bullets and teargas inhalation during clashes with Israeli occupation forces who stormed the towns of Beit Duqqo and Biddo, northwest of Jerusalem, and six people were arrested, local sources said.
It reported that an army force stormed the two towns early in the morning provoking clashes with local youths. The forces fired rubber bullets, teargas, and stun grenades at the youth and houses in Beit Duqqo causing many suffocation cases.
The Israeli forces stormed many houses in the two towns and arrested four people from Beit Duqqo and two others from Biddo, the sources stated.