Israeli forces attack fishermen, farmers and shepherds in Gaza

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The Israeli occupation forces on Wednesday morning opened fire at Palestinian fishermen and farmers in the besieged Gaza Strip.

Local sources said that the Israeli navy opened fire and water hoses at Palestinian fishing boats sailing within six nautical miles offshore Gaza city, causing damages to the boats.

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The fishermen had to leave the water and abruptly end their fishing mission, which is their sole source of livelihood.

Israeli forces manning Gaza’s frontier opened fire at Palestinian farmers and shepherds who were tending their groves and flocks to the east of Khan Younes city, in the southern coastal enclave, forcing them to leave.

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No injures were reported though.

The Israeli occupation forces attack forced the famers and shepherds to leave the area and go home.

 

 


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