YEMEN Press Agency

Israeli occupation besieges schools for displaced people in Beit Hanoun

GAZA, April 16 (YPA) – The Zionist occupation army imposed on Tuesday a siege on three schools for displaced people in Beit Hanoun, in conjunction with a communications outage.

A local sources affirmed that the northern Nuseirat area in the central Gaza Strip witnessed artillery shelling and fierce clashes with the Palestinian resistance.

The sources indicated that the occupation soldiers called on the young men via loudspeakers to leave alone, stripped them of their clothes, and instructed the women and children to move south out of the town at gunpoint.

Meanwhile, Israeli occupation aircraft raided the Al-Fakhoura Martyrs Mosque in the Jabalia refugee camp, northern Gaza Strip, while its artillery continued to fire shells at citizens.

In Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip, 4 Palestinians were killed as a result of the bombing of a house in the Tal Al-Sultan Quarter, which was crowded with displaced people.

As for Khan Yunis, south of the Strip, the occupation’s gunboats fired shells towards the western areas.