Security breach north of the Gaza Strip suspected – Report

Early reports claim two Palestinians were able to breach the security fence and enter Israel.

By MAARIV ONLINE
March 8, 2019 15:33
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A Palestinian protester uses a sling to hurl a stone towards Israeli troops during clashes with Israeli security forces near the border fence east of Jabalia refugee camp on July 21, 2017 . (photo credit: MOHAMMED ABED / AFP)

 
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A large scale breach along the security fence north of the Gaza Strip was suspected on Friday, Israeli media reported.

IDF forces are currently looking into the incident.

Early reports claim two Palestinians were able to breach the security fence and enter Israel. They were arrested by IDF forces and are currently being questioned. 


   

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