Israeli forces attacked, on Wednesday, Palestinian fishermen and farmers in the besieged Gaza Strip, causing damage to a fishing boat, and inhalation injuries to farmers, according to the Palestinian News & Information Agency (WAFA).
Correspondent for WAFA stated that Israeli Navy ships opened fire with artillery shells and live fire at Palestinian fishermen who were fishing off the Sudaniyya shore, northwest of Gaza City, in the northern Gaza Strip, damaging one fishing boat. No injuries were reported.
In the central part of the tiny coastal enclave, the occupation army fired live rounds and tear gas canisters at Palestinian farmers east of the Al-Maghazi and Al-Bureij refugee camps, forcing the farmers to leave their lands, and causing several to suffer the toxic effects of tear gas inhalation.
On Tuesday, a number of military bulldozers infiltrated the Gaza Strip, established sand hills and leveled lands while firing live rounds and smoke bombs.
Meanwhile, Israeli Navy ships attacked, on Tuesday, Palestinian fishermen while they were sailing in the Sudaniyya sea area, northwest of Gaza City in the northern part of the besieged Gaza Strip.
On Monday, Israeli forces opened fire at Palestinian farmers and fishermen, causing panic and forcing them to leave their work, which is their only means of providing for their families.