Israeli Navy Attacks Palestinian Boats, Kidnaps Seven Fishers, In Gaza Waters

28 Jul
10:52 AM

Israeli navy ships attacked, on Thursday morning, several Palestinian fishing boats in the Sudaniyya Sea area, northwest of Gaza city, kidnapped seven fishers and confiscated their boats.

The WAFA News Agency quoted a fisher stating that the navy boats attacked them from several directions, and fired many rounds of live ammunition, causing damage, kidnapped seven fishers and confiscated their boats.

The kidnapped fishers have been identified as Mohammad Bakr, Nihad al-Hassi, Khamis Zaghra, Mohammad Zaghra, Mustafa Bakr, Salim Abu Sadeq and Mohammad al-Louh.

The navy illegally confiscated the boats before moving them to the Ashdod Port.

On Wednesday, the Israeli navy attacked Palestinian fishing boats, close to the Gaza shore, and kidnapped two fishers. Some of the boats were hit with live rounds, before the soldiers assaulted them.

On Thursday at dawn, the army invaded the Deheishe refugee camp, south of the West Bank city of Bethlehem, searched and ransacked many homes before kidnapping four Palestinians, and injured at least three.

Also on Thursday at dawn, dozens of soldiers invaded the northern West Bank city of Nablus, conducted extensive searches of homes, and kidnapped seven Palestinians.

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