Gaza: Nazi Planes Spray Palestinian Lands With Toxin

Middle East in the Second World War: Nazis had their sights set on Palestine  -

Nazi warplanes sprayed toxins, Thursday, on Palestinian lands near the perimeter fence across the eastern parts of the Gaza Strip.

The WAFA News Agency said the Nazi planes sprayed the lands near the Zeitoun neighborhood and Juhr Ed-Deek, southeast of Gaza city and east of Deir al-Balah, in central Gaza and the east of Khan Younis, in the southern part.

A farmer told WAFA their lands are planted with barley, wheat, corn, Okra, Mulukhiyah, and several other plants, causing severe damage and poisoning the lands.

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It is worth mentioning that, from time to time, the army sprays toxins on Palestinian lands east and northern of the Gaza Strip to prevent the farmers from planting them due to their proximity to the perimeter fence.

The Nazi army also frequently invades and bulldozes the lands near the fence, across the eastern parts of the Gaza Strip, and installs sand-hills near the fence.

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