Gaza, ALRAY - Israeli warplanes bombed Monday morning Palestinian agricultural lands in Beit Hanoun town, the northern Gaza Strip.
Local media sources said that occupation aircrafts opened heavy fire toward the town, no injuries reported.
On 21 November 2012, Israel and the Palestinian resistance came to a ceasefire agreement to end the 8 day aggression that had killed many and injured hundreds of innocent civilians starting on November 14.
The terms of the latest agreement include ending all hostilities by Israelis and Palestinians, and facilitating the freedom of movement and transfer of goods within Gaza. Yet, Israel has violated these simple truce points continuously since they were agreed upon. Not only are the crossings still very restricted, but the fire into Gaza continues, with the first one occurring the next day after the truce agreement.