In Breach of Truce Agreement, Israeli Forces Injure Seven Palestinians in Gaza

The ceasefire agreement entered its third day. (Photo: via Social Media)

Seven Palestinians were injured in northern Gaza in a breach of the humanitarian truce agreement between the Palestinian Resistance and Israel.

In a breach of the humanitarian truce agreement, seven Palestinian civilians were injured on Sunday by Israeli occupation forces’ gunfire in two separate incidents in front of the Al-Quds and Indonesian hospitals in the northern Gaza Strip, the official Palestinian news agency WAFA reported.

WAFA correspondent said that Israeli occupation forces opened fire on a group of civilians who were inspecting their homes around the Indonesian Hospital in the town of Beit Lahiya, north of the Gaza Strip. The gunfire resulted in the injury of three individuals.

Israeli snipers also targeted several civilians as they inspected their homes and properties around Al-Quds Hospital in Tal al-Hawa neighborhood, west of Gaza City, causing injuries to four of them.

The Palestinian Resistance and the Israeli government have agreed to a four-day truce that will see the release of 50 women and children held in Gaza in exchange for 150 Palestinian women and children held in Israeli prisons.

The deal was announced on Wednesday and the starting time is expected to be confirmed in the next 24 hours, according to a statement from Qatar, which mediated the agreement.


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