On Wednesday, Israeli soldiers and the navy fired many live rounds and gas bombs at Palestinian farmers and fishermen in Khan Younis and Rafah, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip.
Media sources said the soldiers, stationed across the perimeter fence east of Khan Younis and east of Rafah, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip, fired many live rounds and high-velocity gas bombs at the farmers.
They added that the attacks did not lead to casualties but forced the farmers to leave to avoid further escalation.
Earlier Wednesday, Israeli navy ships attacked Palestinian fishing boats with live fire and high-velocity gas bombs near the shores of Rafah and Khan Younis, forcing the fishermen to leave.
On Tuesday morning, the soldiers fired many rounds of live ammunition and gas bombs into Palestinian lands in southern Gaza.
Last Saturday evening, Israeli soldiers fired sporadic live rounds at Palestinian structures and homes near the perimeter fence east of Khan Younis in the southern part of the Gaza Strip.
Late on Saturday night, the Israeli army opened levees along the perimeter fence east of Gaza, causing accumulating heavy rainwater to flood homes and agricultural lands.
Anou a week ago, Israeli soldiers fired many live rounds and gas bombs at Palestinian farmers on their land east of Khan Younis.
The attacks are part of constant Israeli violations against the Palestinians, especially the fishermen, farmers, shepherds, and workers in the besieged and impoverished Gaza Strip, and resulted in dozens of casualties, including fatalities, in addition to severe property damage and the confiscation of many boats after abducting the fishermen.
In March of 2021, the Palestinian Interior Ministry in Gaza said Israeli mines were responsible for an explosion that led to the death of three fishermen.