Thursday, 11 February 2010
At approximately 06:30, IOF stationed along the Gaza Strip border to the east of Juhor al-Dik village, east of Gaza City, opened fire indiscriminately at Palestinian houses in the village. They then fired several artillery shells at the village. One of the shells landed on the house of Isma’il Suleiman al-Tarabin, 42, and three of his daughters were lightly wounded as a result. The house of the al-Tarabin family is located approximately one kilometer to the east of the border. The wounded girls are:
1. ‘Afaf Isma’il al-Tarabin, 12, wounded by shrapnel to the face and the head;
2. Ahlam Isma’il al-Tarabin, 11, wounded by shrapnel to the head; and
3. Muna Isma’il al-Tarabin, 5, wounded by shrapnel to the head and the neck.
After the firing, an IOF ground force moved approximately
Also at approximately 06:00, a special unit of IOF moved nearly
Saturday, 13 February 2010
At approximately 16:45, Israeli troops stationed on observation towers along the border between the Gaza Strip and Israel to the east of Jabalya town in the northern the Gaza Strip opened fire at a number of Palestinian farmers who were working in their farms located to the east of al-Karama street (the eastern street). The farmers were forced to flee in fear for their lives and no casualties or damages were reported.
Sunday, 14 February 2010
At approximately 15:00, Israeli soldiers stepped down from a military jeep that was traveling behind the border strip opposite to Gaza Valley village in the central Gaza Strip, and fired at Yousef Mohammed Ahmed al-Atrash, 17, wounding him with a bullet to the left thigh. Al-Atrash who is a student in the secondary school told the PCHR fieldworker that he was going on a picnic and as he became
Wednesday, 17 February 2010
At approximately 06:15, IOF stationed on observation towers along the border between the Gaza Strip and Israel to the north of al-Seyafa area, northwest of Beit Lahia in the northern Gaza Strip, opened fire at a group of Palestinian workers who were collecting bricks and aggregate from destroyed buildings and roads. The workers were forced to flee the area and no casualties were reported.