Wed 17 Apr 2024 12:40 pm - Jerusalem Time

Israeli army withdraws from Beit Hanoun, north of Gaza

Palestinian media reported that Israeli army vehicles withdrew from Beit Hanoun in the northern Gaza Strip after an incursion that lasted more than 36 hours, during which they besieged refugee shelters, arrested a number of them, and abused the townspeople.

Palestinian websites published scenes of the devastation caused by the occupation forces, as they bulldozed agricultural lands before they withdrew from the town.

Civil defense crews recovered two martyrs and a number of wounded, and at least 9 are still missing, shortly after Israeli army bombed a house for the Abu Saada family in the Al-Shaaf area in the Al-Shujaiya neighborhood, east of Gaza City.

The Al-Zaytoun neighborhood, southeast of Gaza City, is witnessing intense artillery shelling.

The Israeli warplanes also bombed a pharmaceutical factory east of the city of Deir al-Balah, in the central Gaza Strip, while its military vehicles penetrated the vicinity of the place, amid sweeping operations.

For the seventh day in a row, the Nuseirat camp in the middle of the Gaza Strip is witnessing continuous missile and artillery bombardment, as Israeli bulldozers and tanks advance in the vicinity of the power plant north of the camp, and carry out land leveling work near the water desalination plant north of the camp.

The Israeli "army" destroyed most of the towers and residential houses located in the Mufti's land and the outskirts of the new camp north of Nuseirat in the central Gaza Strip.

The occupation aircraft and artillery bombed the area of the Martyrs’ Axis, known as “Netzarim,” which led to significant damage in the vicinity of the place.


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Israeli army withdraws from Beit Hanoun, north of Gaza