On Wednesday morning, Israeli military bulldozers penetrated a limited distance into Palestinian lands near the security fence, east of Khan Yunis, in the southern Gaza Strip.

"Palestine News" sources reported that four bulldozers entered from a military gate east of the town of Al-Fakhari, east of the governorate, about 70 meters away, amid launching smoke bombs towards the lands adjacent to the fence.
He explained that the bulldozers began to raze the site, supported by military vehicles stationed on dirt mounds inside the fence.
He pointed out that Israeli reconnaissance aircraft were flying at low altitudes in the region's airspace.

This is the third incursion within 24 hours, after two incursions in the east of the central governorate and north of the towns of Beit Lahia and Beit Hanoun yesterday.
The occupation forces incursions in a limited way in some areas in the east and north of the sector, and bulldozes agricultural lands adjacent to the security fence, under the pretext of security.