IDF catches Palestinians crawling near Gaza fence

Soldiers spotted three Palestinians south of the Kissufim crossing crawling near the barbed wire that encompasses the Gaza Strip on Sunday night.

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October 9, 2005 22:49
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Soldiers spotted three Palestinians south of the Kissufim crossing crawling near the barbed wire that encompasses the Gaza Strip on Sunday night. Soldiers opened fire and identified hitting two of the Palestinians. Also Sunday night, shots were fired at an IDF post located near the Beit Iba checkpoint, west of Nablus, in the West Bank. No one was wounded, and no damage was reported. The army noted that this was the 18th shooting attack at soldiers deployed in the Nablus area in the past two weeks. Earlier, shots were fired at an IDF patrol north of Nablus. Soldiers returned fire towards the source.



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