Report: Gaza farmer wounded by IDF artillery shell

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May 26, 2006 10:09

 
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A Palestinian farmer was reportedly seriously wounded in an IDF artillery bombardment of northern Gaza on Friday morning. Palestinian sources told Ynet that the man was wounded by shrapnel from an artillery shell. The IDF confirmed the firing of artillery shells, but did not confirm the wounding of the farmer.

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