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IOF troops bulldoze more land in Gaza
IOF troops bulldoze more land in Gaza
Israeli occupation forces (IOF) advanced into eastern Deir Al-Balah in central Gaza Strip on Thursday morning amidst intermittent shelling, local sources reported.
Saturday, May 22,2010 13:56
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GAZA, -- Israeli occupation forces (IOF) advanced into eastern Deir Al-Balah in central Gaza Strip on Thursday morning amidst intermittent shelling, local sources reported.

They told the PIC reporter that four IOF tanks escorted four military bulldozers that advanced 200 meters into Wadi Al-Salaqa area.

The soldiers bulldozed land lots in the area and along the security fence toward east of the Maghazi refuge camps, the sources said.

tags: IOF troops / IOF tanks / Gaza Strip / Deir Al-Balah
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