Army Invades Khan Younis, Uproots Farmlands
Thursday April 25, 2013; several armored Israeli military vehicles and bulldozers invaded an area east of Khan Younis, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip, and uprooted Palestinian farmlands before withdrawing.
The Palestine News Network (PNN) reported that three military bulldozers and four tanks stationed in military camps across the border, advanced nearly 300 meters into Palestinian farmlands, uprooted the lands, and raised sand barriers while firing live ammunition at random.
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