IAF drops leaflets in Gaza warning residents against approaching fence

IAF drops leaflets in Ga

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January 7, 2010 11:42

 
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The Israel Air Force on Thursday dropped several thousand leaflets over the Gaza Strip, warning residents not to come within 300 meters of the border fence between Gaza and Israel and to avoid cooperating with terror operatives. Another leaflet called on Gaza residents not to sit idly by while operatives digging tunnels under the Gaza Strip's southern border were putting their lives in peril. The leaflets contained a phone number and e-mail address for Gazans to report those involved in digging the smuggling tunnels.

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