Israel opens fire at fishermen, farmers in Gaza Strip

Days of Palestine - Gaza

Israeli occupation forces on Monday targeted fishermen's boats off the Sea of ​​Gaza City with a hail of bullets, and attacked farmers on their border farmlands east of Khan Yunis, south of the Gaza Strip.

Local sources reported that the Israeli occupation navy opened its fire at the Palestinian fishermen's boats, about three miles off the sea of ​​Al-Sudania area northwest of Gaza City, and opened water hoses towards them, and forced them to leave to the beach.

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Meanwhile, the Israeli occupation forces stationed in the military sites behind the border of the Gaza Strip east of Khan Yunis fired bullets at farmers as they cultivated their agricultural lands in the east, in addition to shooting at shepherds in the border area east of the city.

No injuries were reported, the sources confirmed.

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The Israeli occupation forces deliberately target fishermen in the Gaza Sea and attack farmers and sheepherders in the agricultural lands in the north and east of the Strip on daily basis.

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