Thursday, September 2, 2010

PCHR weekly report 26/8-1/9/2010: 2 Palestinian workers injured, 1 incursion

 The security fence between the Gaza Strip and Israel- Palestinian works have the risk collecting construction aggregate, whose entry banned by Israel

extracts from PCHR weekly report 26/8-2/9/2010:

IOF continued to fire at Palestinian farmers and workers in the Gaza Strip’s border areas. Two Palestinian workers were wounded in the northern Gaza Strip.  

In the Gaza Strip, IOF conducted one limited incursion into al-Boreij refugee camp. They clashed with members of the Palestinian resistance. During the clashes 3 resistance activists were lightly wounded. 

Saturday, 28 August 2010

At approximately 06:00, Israeli troops stationed at the border between the Gaza Strip and Israel opened fire at a number of Palestinian workers who were collecting taw construction materials on a site where the evacuated Israeli settlement of "Elli Sinai" used to stand in the northern Gaza Strip. As a result, two workers were wounded:

1. Rami Ibrahim Ghaben, 19, wounded by a bullet to the left foot; and
2. Sharif Sa'id Ghaben, 25, wounded by a bullet to the right leg.
Israeli troops also fired at animal carts belonging to the two civilians. As a result, a donkey was killed and another one was injured.

Sunday, 29 August 2010 

At approximately 01:30, an Israeli infantry unit moved nearly 150 meters into the east of al-Boreij refugee camp in the central Gaza Strip. Armed clashes erupted between Israeli soldiers and members of the Palestinian resistance. Soon after, IOF sent backups and shelled the area. Three members of al-Quds Brigades (the military wing of Islamic Jihad) were lightly injured. 

Wednesday, 01 September 2010  

At approximately 09:30, Israeli soldiers stationed on observation towers at Beit Hanoun (Erez) crossing in the northern Gaza Strip fired at a number of Palestinian workers who were collecting raw construction materials from the debris of destroyed buildings in the industrial zone. The workers fled and no casualties were reported.