Israeli artillery, navy randomly shell east and west of foggy Gaza

[ 15/11/2010 – 11:33 AM ]


NAZARETH, (PIC)– Palestinian security sources said that Israel’s artillery east of the Gaza Strip and its navy in the west started at dawn Monday to randomly open heavy fire towards both directions without any reported injuries.

The sources told the Palestinian information center (PIC) that the Israeli artillery and navy opened fire because of their fear of any progress of resistance fighters that might happen in the thick fog that covered the atmosphere of Gaza this morning.

For his part, spokesman for the military medical services Adham Abu Silmya that the random firing of artillery shells did not result in any casualties, expressing his belief that the shelling were because of Israeli fears of the fog that clouded Gaza in the early morning hours.

In another incident, a senior intelligence official claimed that Hamas Movement has rockets that can hit targets in Tel Aviv, according to Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper on Sunday.

The official also held Egypt responsible for that, accusing it of not doing enough to prevent smuggling through tunnels in its borders with Gaza, but he said there is active intelligence cooperation between Israel and Cairo.

Israeli artillery, navy randomly shell east and west of foggy Gaza.

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