The Israeli occupation bulldozers launched on Wednesday morning a limited incursion into Palestinian lands in eastern al-Bureij refugee camp, in central Gaza Strip.
Local sources said four Israeli army bulldozers of the D9 brand moved into the border fence in eastern al-Bureij refugee camp.
The bulldozers raked through the area and leveled Palestinian lands amid intermittent discharge of gunfire.
Two Israeli military jeeps were, meanwhile, deployed in an adjacent area, near the border fence.
Earlier, on Tuesday evening, a similar incursion was carried out into northern Gaza Strip.
Army bulldozers moved some 100 meters into the Beit Hanun (Erez) border-crossing and leveled Palestinian lands in the western border fence.
The incursions are the latest in a series of Israeli violations of the Cairo-brokered ceasefire accord signed in the wake of the 2014 offensive on the besieged coastal enclave.