IDF shoots at 2 Palestinians suspected of sabotaging Gaza border fence, 1 dies

Both of the suspects were shot; the surviving suspect is taken into custody for further investigation.

October 1, 2013 04:51
IDF vehicle patrols along Gaza border fence [file]

IDF vehicle along Gaza border fence 370. (photo credit: REUTERS)

A Palestinian was shot and killed by the IDF on Monday after he was seen sabotaging the Gaza security fence, an IDF spokesperson said Tuesday.

According to the IDF, soldiers opened fire on two Palestinian suspects who were seen sabotaging the Gaza security fence in the northern part of the Strip.

Both of the suspects were hit by the gunfire and the surviving suspect was taken into custody for further investigation, the army said.

Earlier in September, soldiers opened fire on a group of Palestinians who breached the security zone approaching Gaza’s border with Israel, and damaged the fence and threw stones at troops, military sources said.

Two Palestinians were wounded in that incident, the army said. 

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