Israeli forces open fire at fishermen, farmers in Gaza

Days of Palestine - Gaza

Today, Sunday, the Israeli occupation forces targeted fishermen's boats off the Sea of ​​Gaza City and farmers' lands east of Khan Yunis, south of the Gaza Strip, with bullets.

Local sources reported that the occupation's military boats fired bullets and opened water hoses at the fishermen's boats, which are three nautical miles off the coast of the Sudania area northwest of Gaza City, causing damage to at least one boat.

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Meanwhile, Israeli soldiers stationed at military watchtowers along the Gaza perimeter fence to the east of Khan Younis, in the southern Gaza Strip, opened random fire toward Palestinian farmers as they were working in their own farms. No injuries were reported.

Attacks by Israeli forces on Palestinian fishermen and farmers in Gaza are almost a daily occurrence.

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