Palestinians report IDF vehicles enter Gaza, open fire

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 1, 2014 12:06

 
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Palestinian sources claimed Wednesday that Israeli military vehicles entered the Gaza Strip early in the morning, directing fire toward agricultural fields.

Ma'an News Agency quoted witnesses as saying that twelve IDF vehicles entered Gaza near Khan Younis.

According to the report, the vehicles crossed some 200 meters into Gaza territory, scanning the area before opening fire at Palestinian fields, sending agricultural workers scattering.

The IDF did not comment on the alleged incident.

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