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Palestine: Israeli soldiers invade, uproot, farmlands in Khan Younis

11th Apr 2013

By Saed Bannoura

IMEMC & Agencies: Several armoured Israeli military vehicles and bulldozers invaded
Palestinian farmland east of Khan Younis, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip uprooting
and bulldozing farmlands.

Local sources reported that two armored D9 Bulldozers, supported by four tanks, invaded
the area while military choppers flew overhead, and that the army fired several rounds of live
ammunition while uprooting and bulldozing farmlands.

The sources added that the invading military vehicles were based at a military base across the
border, east of Khan Younis.

On Tuesday morning the army invaded the same area, and bulldozed dozens of dunams of
Palestinians lands.

Earlier on Wednesday, the army invaded an area near Hebron, in the southern part of the
occupied West Bank, and demolished a well and a hothouse, in addition to uprooting some
trees, local sources reported.


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