Israel Injures Four Palestinians in Gaza

At least four Palestinians have been wounded in separate incidents after Israeli troops attacked the blockaded Gaza Strip, medical sources say.

Three Palestinian laborers were injured when Israeli tanks opened fire on a local factory east of Gaza City, a Press TV correspondent reported on Friday.

The laborers were moving the rubbles after the Israeli bulldozers destroyed eight factories and industrial zones earlier on Thursday.

Meanwhile, Israeli snipers shot a Palestinian farmer in northern Gaza on Thursday night, leaving him injured.

Israel has been regularly bombarding Gaza ever since its 22-day war on the impoverished enclave in December 2008 and January 2009, which killed more than 1,400 Palestinians — many of them women and children.

The United Nations and the European Union have called on the Israeli regime to halt its deadly strikes against the Palestinians in the coastal sliver.

The assaults come amid Tel Aviv’s all-out siege on the enclave since June 2007.

Meanwhile, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu boasted earlier this month that Tel Aviv would not stop short of taking any military action against the Gaza Strip.

(Press TV)

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