Five Israeli army vehicles on Sunday morning infiltrated into a border area in the south of the Gaza Strip, amid intensive gunfire.
A reporter for the Palestinian Information Center (PIC) said that three thanks and two bulldozers infiltrated into a Gaza border area near the Sufa crossing in the east of Rafah.
He added that the bulldozers razed a tract of land in the area, amid drone overflights and sporadic gunshots.
Meanwhile, Israeli soldiers fired tear gas grenades at Palestinian shepherds in al-Fakhari area in the east of Khan Younis, south of Gaza.
The eastern border areas of Gaza are repeatedly exposed to Israeli military incursions and gunfire attacks, which are seen as violations of the last ceasefire understandings between the Palestinian resistance and Israel.