Palestinian medical sources in the Gaza Strip reported that four Palestinians have been injured, on Monday evening, after Israeli soldiers opened fire at them near the eastern border of the Gaza Strip. The sources said that Ez Ed-Deen Al-Mabhouh and Majdi Al-Ghakhbeer were injured as they were in Tallet Abu Safiyya area, east of Jabalia, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip.
The two suffered moderate injuries and were moved to the Ash-Shifa Hospital in Gaza.
Furthermore, two residents were injured after Israeli soldiers opened fire at them east of Rafah city, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip.
The two were in Palestinian agricultural lands close to the Karem Abu Salem (Kerem Shalom) Crossing; they were moved to the Abu Yousef An-Najjar Hospital in Rafah suffering moderate injuries.
On Sunday evening, Israeli soldiers shot and injured three Palestinians in Al-Faraheen area, in Khan Younis, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip.
Local sources reported that the army opened fire at several Palestinian farmers working in their lands near the border, an issue that led to three injuries, and forced the farmers to leave their lands.
On Friday, the army killed one Palestinian, and injured more than 19 others, near the border in Khan Younis. This attack came less than a day after the ceasefire deal was brokered.
Also on Friday, medical sources reported that two Palestinians died of serious injuries suffered during the latest Israeli war on Gaza that led to the death of more than 167 Palestinians, most of them children, women, youth and elderly, including several members of the same family. More than 1,225 residents have been injured, dozens seriously.
The truce deal also included opening border terminal and increasing the fishing area allotted to the Palestinians in Gaza to 6 nautical miles instead of three.
This is happening despite the fact, under the Oslo accords, the Palestinians should be allowed to fish in 20 nautical miles but in 2008, Israeli unilaterally reduced the fishing area to 3 nautical miles.