Palestinian sources reported that the Israeli army has killed three Palestinian resistance fighters in two separate incidents on Thursday morning.
The Al Aqsa brigades the armed wing of the Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas Fatah party and the National Resistance group the armed wing of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine, announced that their fighters attacked a military site located at the northern Gaza-Israeli borders near Beit Lahyia town.
The two groups said that during the attack their fighters clashed with Israeli soldiers for two hours and managed to detonate a home made bomb, adding that two of their fighters were killed during the attack.
The two were identified as Mohamed Dulah, 20, and Zaki Zuhd, 22.
Meanwhile in a separate incident, Israeli army sources said that its forces shot and killed a Palestinian fighter on Thursday at dawn at the borders between northern Gaza and Israel.
The name and the group he belongs to remains unknown since the army still holds the body of the fighter, Palestinian sources in Gaza reported.