Israel Breaks Ceasefire Killing Palestinian Civilians
A Gaza bomb attack earlier today killing one Israeli border guard near the Kissufim kibbutz bordering the Gaza Strip has sparked an Israeli air strike and incursion with 20 tanks and seven army bulldozers deeper into Gaza, breaching the already fragile ceasefire.
No group has taken responsibility for the explosive device detonated against the Israel border patrol blockade of entry into Israel at Kissufim urgently needed for the humanitarian and medical attention of children and civilians seriously wounded by Israeli's arsenal of banned weapons used against Gaza civilians in the IDF 3-week massacre of Gaza civilians.
Clashes around Khan Younis in southern Gaza are reported to be in danger of escalating, should the Israeli's ground and air strike forces pound their way deeper into Gaza, perhaps causing more casualties, before an even-handed investigation of the situation is allowed to unfold, and the source of the bomb attack on the border revealed.
A Gaza medic reports that a Gazan farmer, the 24-year-old Palestinian, Anwar Al-Dreim, has died of his wounds incurred by Israeli gunfire today.
Anwar Al-Dreim's young relative is seen mourning his death at his funeral today in the photo above.
Yahoo News also reports today:
"Witnesses also reported that Israeli soldiers crossed into southern Gaza and fired towards a farmhouse, and conducted another incursion further north, taking up positions on rooftops while tanks fired at buildings."