Gaza, ALRAY - Palestinian medical sources said two Palestinians were shot and injured as Israeli army fired towards them east of Jabalia, a northern refugee camp of the Gaza Strip.
The injured were in their farmlands, close to the border fence east of Jabalia, the source reported. They suffered mild injuries and were moved to Kamal Adwan Hospital, in northern Gaza.
The incident is one of in a record of Israeli attacks on the Gaza farmers and villagers that take place any time they approach the border while working in their lands.
Israeli army also repeatedly conduct limited incursions into border areas, uproot farmlands and trees, and destroy property.
On Thursday morning, an Israeli special force kidnapped two Palestinians allegedly tried to cross the border fence, in the Juhr Ad-Deek area, in central Gaza.
Moreover, soldiers sporadically fired live ammunition into the Al-Bureij refugee camp, in central Gaza Strip, with no injuries reported.
Eyewitnesses said that the military towers stationed along the border targeted a number of homes and farmlands.