Israeli Navy Opens Fire On Palestinian Fishing Boats In Northern Gaza

30 Nov
11:35 AM

Israeli navy ships opened fire, on Wednesday at dawn, on several Palestinian fishing boats, in the Sudaniyya Sea area, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip.

Eyewitnesses said the navy fired many live rounds, and used loud speakers ordering the fishing back to the shore.

The attack caused no damage or injuries, but forced the fishers to leave without being able to fish.

Such attacks are frequent in the besieged and improvised coastal region, and are largely accompanied by assaults targeting farmers and workers, on Palestinian lands close to the border fence in the Gaza Strip.  

They have led to dozens of casualties, including many fatalities, severe property damage in addition to scores of abductions among the fishers and workers.

In addition, the soldiers abducted two siblings from Hebron city, and one Palestinian near Tulkarem, in the occupied West Bank.

In related news, the soldiers invaded ‘Aneen village, west of the northern West Bank city of Jenin, and abducted one Palestinian, in addition to detaining many Palestinians at a roadblock the army installed on the main road of Zabbouba village.

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