Israeli army arrests Palestinian near Gaza border

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — The Israeli army announced on Saturday that a Palestinian had been arrested for infiltrating the Gaza Strip.

The army said in a statement seen by Anatolia that “a force belonging to him arrested a Palestinian suspect through the security fence south of the Gaza Strip.”

“He was taken for investigation by the security forces,” he said, without giving further details.

At times, Israel has announced that its forces have arrested Palestinians infiltrating the Gaza Strip.

Israeli forces prohibit Palestinians from the Gaza Strip from entering the area adjacent to the 300-meter-long border, called the “buffer zone,” and fire or arrest anyone in the area.


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