Today was 1st time since Israel’s summer ‘Operation Protective Edge’ that IDF forces opened fire on the coastal enclave.
IDF jeep’s bullet-proof window was damaged, but no one was hurt.
An Israel Defense Forces jeep patrolling the Gaza border was fired at on Thursday, prompting the army to respond with artillery fire, for the first time since the summer’s Operation Protective Edge.
The jeep’s window was damaged, but no one was wounded in the incident.
The IDF Spokesman said that light arms were fired at Israeli soldiers along the border near central Gaza, and the army responded with artillery fire.
— IDF (@IDFSpokesperson) November 27, 2014
Israel launched Operation Protective Edge on July 8, and by July 29, the army said it had fired some 30,000 shells, many into densely populated areas in the strip.
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