Israeli army forces opened fire on Palestinian farmlands in southern Gaza Strip on Thursday, eyewitnesses said.
“Israeli forces stationed at the Kisovim military post opened fire on farmlands [in Khan Younis city],” an eyewitness told Anadolu Agency.
No casualties were reported.
There has been no comment from the Israeli army.
Israel and Palestinian resistance factions struck an open-ended cease-fire on August 26 to bring an end to a seven-week Israeli offensive on the Gaza Strip, which left more than 2,150 Palestinians dead and nearly 11,000 injured.
At least 73 Israelis – 68 soldiers and five civilians – were also killed in the offensive, according to Israeli figures.