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Another ‘Israeli’ Drone Shot Down in Gaza
By Staff, Agencies
An ‘Israeli’ occupation military drone crashed in the besieged Gaza Strip.
Beirut-based al-Mayadeen television network on Wednesday cited Zionist media reports as saying that the aircraft fell on the roof of a home in Beit Hanoun in northern Gaza, and was delivered by locals to the headquarters of the resistance movement Hamas.
Meanwhile, Palestinian media outlets had a different narrative. They said the drone was ‘shot down’ by resistance forces while flying over Gaza.
The drone’s downing comes amid tensions in the occupied holy city of al-Quds that have triggered protests in the occupied West Bank and Gaza in support of the Palestinians in the city.
On Monday, the enemy’s sources said a mortar shell was fired from Gaza towards a settlement in the occupied territories.
It followed the firing of more than 40 rockets from the ‘Israeli’-blockaded coastal sliver into the occupied lands.
Two Palestinian resistance factions – Fatah’s al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigade and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine’s Abu Ali Brigades – claimed responsibility for the rocket fire.
Earlier this year, the ‘Jerusalem Post’ said “‘Israeli’ military drones are dropping like flies” in the Lebanese and Palestinian territories.
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