Palestinian medical sources in the Gaza Strip reported that three Palestinians were killed, on Thursday morning, when the Israeli army bombarded Beit Hanoun, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip. Three Palestinians were killed, late on Wednesday at night, when the Israeli Air Force fired missiles into an area east of the Al-Boreij refugee camp, in central Gaza.The sources stated that the army fired missiles at residents near the Agricultural College, east of Beit Hanoun, killing three residents and wounded at four others.
The army also opened fire at Palestinian medics and ambulances in an attempt to keep them away from the area as they attempted to evacuate the slain residents and the wounded to Kamal Adwan Hospital, in the area.
The three slain residents were identified as Ehab and Akram Az-Zaâaneen, and Tareq Al-Kafarna.
The army also carried out a limited invasion into Beit Hanoun, and bulldozed farmlands while firing at random.
The Israeli army claimed that the shells were fired at a group of Palestinian fighters who tried to plant explosives near the electronic fence, in northern Gaza.
Meanwhile, the Abu Ali Mustafa Brigades, the armed wing of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) said that its fighters fired shells and into a nearby military base in retaliation to the latest Israeli military escalation.
On Wednesday at night, three Palestinians were killed, and a fourth was seriously wounded, when the army bombarded a car transporting resistance fighters in Al-Maghazi refugee camp, in central Gaza.
Medical sources reported that the bodies of the slain fighters were severely mutated, while the wounded resident is in a serious condition. The slain fighters were identified as Khalil Al-Jarba, 27, Zakariyya Al-Jammal, 23, and Khaled Al-Qarm, 23.
The Maan News Agency reported that Al-Jarba got married only six months ago, and his wife is currently pregnant. He is also the brother of Marwan Al-Jarba, who was killed in an Israeli bombardment that took place in central Gaza on April, 13, 2010.
Eyewitnesses reported that six military bulldozers and three armored vehicles invaded Al-Fakhari area in Khan Younis, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip, and bulldozed farmlands while firing at random.