Israel’s military breach of Gaza’s southern border, Palestinian farmers forced to leave their lands

Days of Palestine – Gaza – Following an Israeli occupation military breach of the border, Palestinian farmers working on their field in Khuzaa village, east of the southern Gaza Strip city of Khan Yunis, were forced to abandon their lands, according to local sources.

Several Israeli occupation military trucks violated the southern Gaza borders, they said, and continued to level border area lands while shooting in the air, causing panic among farmers working on their land and compelling them to flee the region for fear of their lives.

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The Israeli military breaches the Gaza Strip’s borders on a daily basis in order to create a buffer zone inside the beleaguered Gaza Strip, causing agricultural land damage before returning to their bases inside occupied territories. 

(Source / 01.11.2021)

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