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Two Palestinians wounded in Egyptian explosion of one of the tunnels
Two Palestinians wounded in Egyptian explosion of one of the tunnels
Two Palestinian citizens were wounded on Saturday night when the Egyptian security forces blasted a tunnel that they were working in, medical sources reported.
Monday, December 14,2009 12:09
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 GAZA --  Two Palestinian citizens were wounded on Saturday night when the Egyptian security forces blasted a tunnel that they were working in, medical sources reported.

They told the PIC reporter that a big explosion rocked the so-called tunnels area south of Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip, which damaged a tunnel used to smuggle goods from Egypt into the Strip.

The sources said that two of the workers inside that tunnel were injured and rescue teams rushed to evacuate them.

tags: Egyptian Security Forces / Palestinian Suffering / Israeli Blockade / Gaza Siege / Rafah
Posted in Palestine , Human Rights , Islamic Issues  
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