Several Israeli military vehicles invaded, on Wednesday morning, Palestinian farmlands east of Khan Younis, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip, bulldozed and uprooted lands close to the border fence, for the second consecutive day.Media sources in Khan Younis said several military bulldozers, and armored vehicles carried out a limited invasion into farmlands, and bulldozed sections close to the border fence, while Israeli war jets and drones flew overhead.

The sources added that the soldiers fired several live rounds to force the Palestinians out of their lands.

On Tuesday, the soldiers invaded farmlands in the area, and later fired missiles into an agricultural area; the army said the soldiers safely detonated an explosive, placed near a military road, close to the border fence.

Army bulldozers also uprooted farmlands, northeast of Khan Younis.