Israeli tanks and bulldozers invaded farm lands, Wednesday morning, that belong to farmers from Beit Lahiya town in the northern part of the Gaza strip.
While bulldozers uprooted trees and destroyed crops, tanks opened fire at nearby residents homes and those who were working on their lands. Local sources reported damage to homes but no injuries among residents.
The Israeli army attack areas in Gaza at the borders with Israeli and bulldoze lands in an attempt to create a buffer-security zone.
Troops stationed at the borders often open fire at resident who come close to those areas mainly owned by local farmers. Once the buffer-security zone is created, it will take 20% of the Gaza Strip farm lands, Palestinian sources reports.