Israeli tanks enter Gaza Strip, fire live rounds at Palestinian farmers
1 September 2016
Palestinian sources say several Israeli battle tanks, escorting bulldozers, have entered the central part of the besieged Gaza Strip, and fired a number of shots at Palestinians gathering to stop the ravaging of farms.
The sources, speaking anonymously, said four Israeli tanks and two armored bulldozers advanced more than 150 meters into farming lands east of the Bureij refugee camp on Wednesday morning, and bulldozed them while unmanned aerial vehicles flew overhead, the International Middle East Media Center reported.
They added that the soldiers also fired many live rounds to keep Palestinian farmers out of their own lands during the invasion.’
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