Israeli troops reportedly, incurred earlier on Tuesday, into the northwestern part of the besieged Gaza Strip, with tanks and D-9 bulldozers.
Local media outlets and witnesses said that at least four army bulldozers as well as other armored vehicles, incurred several hundred meters deep into a northwestern part of the northern Gaza Strip town of Beit Lahia.
Witnesses added that the invasion took place from the so-called Zekem Israeli military gate.
They also noted that the invading bulldozers embarked on razing of farm lands adjacent to the Israel-Gaza border fence.
No causalities were reported, but some damage was reported to Palestinian-owned farm lands.
Concurrently, another force of Israeli army invaded the southeastern part of Khan Younis city, southern Gaza Strip.
Witnesses said that the invading force opened heavy fire on residents’ homes and farmers in the area, with no causalities reported.
A similar Israeli small-scale invasion occurred on Monday, in Khuza’a village, in the same Khan Younis area.