Occupation moves dozens of tanks to sites adjacent to Gaza
GAZA, (PIC)– Israeli occupation military forces have transferred dozens of military vehicles and tons of equipment and ammunition to military sites adjacent to the Gaza Strip, threatening to wage a new military operation on Gaza.
Meanwhile, hundreds of Palestinian resistance fighters have been taking their advanced positions in order to repel any possible Israeli aggression.
A new cold war broke out between the Israeli occupation forces and the Palestinian resistance along the border, which extends from Rafah in the south to Beit Hanoun in the north on nearly 40 kilometers.
A field observer told Quds Press: "There has been an unusual and strange movement of the occupation army since Friday afternoon, on the eastern border with the Gaza Strip."
He added that a big number of Israeli military vehicles have been gathered in the east of the town of Johr al-Dik, southeast of Gaza City.
The occupation trucks have transferred to this site more than sixty tanks, in addition to a large number of ammunition and artillery shells, which demonstrates that Israel might launch a military operation soon.