Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Israeli special forces penetrate northern Gaza

[ 15/01/2013 - 06:50 PM ]

NORTHERN GAZA, (PIC)-- Israeli special forces penetrated on Tuesday morning, dozens of meters in the Abu Samra area northwest of the town of Beit Lahiya in the northern Gaza Strip.
Local sources told PIC reporter that "an Israeli infantry unit has stepped forward several meters within the territory of the Palestinian farms in that area, while farmers withdrew from the region in order to preserve their lives.
The farmer Mustafa Abdul Hakim Abu Jarad, was martyred on Monday evening after being shot by Israeli bullets in the town of Beit Lahiya in the northern Gaza Strip at noon.
In November 21, Palestinian factions signed a truce with the Israeli side under the mediation of Egypt in Cairo a agreement, to stop the Israeli operations that lasted for eight days in Gaza, in return of stopping the Palestinian factions' rockets.
Among the truce terms imposed by the resistance was canceling the so-called buffer zone imposed by "Israel" along the Gaza border, and allow farmers to have access to their lands, and this is what actually happened, where the farmers have returned to their land with great joy, the occupation has surprised them - as expected - with violating the agreement.