Three Palestinians were injured today, Wednesday, as a result of the Israeli artillery shelling of Beit Hanoun town, northern Gaza Strip.
According to a brief statement by the Palestinian Ministry of Health, the three injured people arrived at Beit Hanoun Hospital in the northern Gaza Strip.
This afternoon, the occupation artillery fired a number of shells at Palestinian farmers from the same family in Beit Hanoun, injuring three with moderate and serious injuries.
The three injured were taken to Beit Hanoun Hospital for treatment, while one of them was urgently transferred to Al-Shifa Hospital in Gaza due to the seriousness of his condition.
Later in the day, Israeli artillery bombed four sites on the northeastern border of the Gaza Strip, but no casualties were reported.
more than two million Palestinians live in Gaza in difficult living conditions due to the continuous Israeli siege of the Strip since 2007.