The source said Nader Ghubun, 23, was injured in his right leg during the incident and was transferred to the Kamal Adwan Hospital.
An Israeli military spokeswoman said she would look into the report.
The Israeli imposed buffer zone around Gaza, estimated to annex up to 20 percent of the Strip's arable land, is considered a live combat zone by the Israeli army, which bars Palestinian access to the area.
Meanwhile, the Israeli military is conducting an investigation into the killing of three Gaza shepherds last Sunday in northern Gaza, including a 91-year old, his grandson and a teenager.
Following a Ma'an inquiry, Brig.-Gen. Eyal Eisenberg said in a statement that while the investigations into the incident have not yet concluded "we understand from a re-creation that we undertook that the three casualties were not involved in act of terror."
An Israeli military spokesman said at the time that forces identified a number of suspects attempting to fire an RPG toward an Israeli position in the Beit Hanoun area. He said forces fired on the Palestinians, apparently hitting them. The RPG, the army said, had been left behind "by a terrorist cell."
Palestinian worker wounded in IOF shooting
|[ 19/09/2010 - 11:27 AM ]|
GAZA, (PIC)-- A Palestinian citizen was wounded on Sunday morning when Israeli occupation forces (IOF) fired at him north of Beit Lahia, north of the Gaza Strip.
Adham Abu Salmiya, a spokesman for the military medical services, told the PIC that Nader Ghaban, 23, was working in collecting debris of destroyed buildings when the IOF soldiers shot and wounded him.
He added that Ghaban was in a stable condition, describing his injuries as moderate.
The IOF troops regularly target Palestinian workers in this area where a number of them were killed and others were wounded.