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IOF soldiers fire at residential quarters in southern Gaza

IOF soldiers fire at residential quarters in southern Gaza

June 28, 20120 comments

Gaza Interior Ministry
27/06/2012

Israeli occupation forces (IOF) opened machinegun fire at residential quarters in Qarara to the north east of Khan Younis, south of the Gaza Strip, on Tuesday night.

Local sources said that IOF soldiers patrolling the border fence near Kissufim military position suddenly opened fire at buildings in the town but no casualties were reported.

Other sources said that Israeli gunboats fired at Palestinian fishing boats off the coast of Deir Al-Balah in central Gaza but no casualties were reported among the fishermen.

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