BEIT HANOUN, (PIC)-- Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) advanced on Monday morning into northern Gaza Strip and bulldozed Palestinian lands.
Eyewitnesses confirmed that several Israeli bulldozers and military vehicles advanced to the east of Beit Hanoun town, northern Gaza Strip, where they conducted bulldozing operations in the area.
The Israeli incursion coincided with intensive over flights by reconnaissance planes and heavy gunfire, the sources added.
A Palestinian farmer was seriously injured earlier Monday after IOF soldiers opened fire at him east of Deir al-Balah in central Gaza Strip.
Israeli violations to the calm agreement, reached between Israeli authorities and Palestinian resistance under Egyptian mediation, have led to the killing 18 Palestinians and wounding dozens while 60 fishermen were detained and many fishing boats were destroyed at sea or confiscated since the agreement was signed on November 21, 2012.