Zionist regime forces target Palestinian fishermen off Gaza, injure one


Zionist regime’s warships have opened fire on Palestinian fishing boats off the coast of the besieged Gaza Strip, seriously wounding a fisherman.

According to Press TV, head of the Gaza Fishermen’s Syndicate, Nizar Ayash, said the fisherman, identified as 32-year-old Fakher Nizar Abu Riyaleh, was critically injured in the head by shrapnel from Israeli shells on Wednesday.
Ayash added that the injured Palestinian fisherman was taken to al-Shifa Hospital in Gaza City to receive medical treatment.
On November 9, Israeli regime gunboats targeted a Palestinian fishing boat off the coast of the besieged Gaza Strip, injuring three fishermen.
Regime’s naval forces took away several Palestinian fishermen after opening fire on them off the northern coast of the Gaza Strip on October 22.
According to the Gaza Fishermen’s Syndicate, the Tel Aviv has on numerous occasions violated a ceasefire agreement with the Palestinians that took effect after indirect negotiations in the Egyptian capital, Cairo.

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