In two separate attacks, Israeli tanks invaded on Monday areas close to the northern and southern Gaza Israeli borders.
The first invasion took place on Monday morning when tanks and bulldozers rolled into farm lands near Khan Younis town southern Gaza.
Witnesses said that tanks opened fire at resident homes while bulldozers damaged crops. No injuires were reported.
Later in the day another group of Israeli tanks and bulldozers invaded the Biet Hannon town in northern Gaza Strip.
Tanks fire shells at resident homes while bulldozers uprooted trees and damaged crops; witnesses reported damage but no injuries.
During a similar attack on Saturday Israeli shells killed three civilians at the town of Biet Hannon.