At approximately 5:30 pm on Tuesday June 4th 2013, Israeli
military forces in three bulldozers moved under fire and air cover into
Gaza reaching a distance of 200 meters from the fence. They headed
towards Damara area northeast of Beit Hanoun. Farmers were forced to
leave their fields, mostly melon fields, in case of further violence.
According to Al Mezan documentation, the Israeli bulldozers began
digging a trench and razing the lands nearby the separation fence. After
few minutes, a huge explosion was heard in the area from the same
force, which withdrew from the area an hour after the incursion began.
No causalities or injuries were reported.