A Palestinian farmer was killed, and another critically injured on Wednesday morning when the Israeli occupation forces bombed an area in the east of Khan Yunis, south of Gaza.
The victim was identified as Muhammad Youssef Abu Ta’ima.
The air raids struck multiple locations across the besieged enclave, including in the south and the north.
Meanwhile, two Palestinians were shot dead after the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) stormed Qabatiya town, south of Jenin, at dawn Wednesday.
Local sources reported that Israeli forces stormed the town in large numbers amid an intense drone flight.
The victims were identified as Ahmed Jamal Tawfiq Assaf Kamil, 19, and Rani Walid Ahmed Qatanat, 24. Another 17-year-old boy was seriously injured during the raid.
The occupation forces also arrested the young man, Ali Saleh Hatnawi, during Qabatiya raid and Farouk Abdullah Sadeq Obaid at the Dotan military checkpoint near the town of Ya`bad, south of Jenin.
These attacks come a day after Israeli forces attacked Gaza City and its environs on Tuesday, killing 15 people, including four children and four women.
International laws strictly prohibit targeting civilians and residential areas during wars and armed conflicts.
Since the start of the year, 128 Palestinians were killed in IOF and settler attacks in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, including 24 children and six women.