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PCHR report: Israeli attacks on fishermen in the Gaza Sea 

Palestinian fishermen work on Jan. 24, 2009 near the border with
Egypt (AFP/File, Said Khatib)

22nd October 2014 | Palestinian Centre for Human Rights | Gaza, Occupied Palestine Israeli Naval forces continued to carry out attacks on Palestinian fishermen in the Gaza Strip during the reporting period (1 – 30 September 2014), including 18 shooting incidents ...

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Final journal from Gaza

Photo by Charlie Andreasson

17th September | Charlie Andreasson | Gaza, Occupied Palestine This is what seems to be the last thing I will write from Gaza. Not that there is nothing more to tell, there lies a new story under every stone, but ...

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Fishing in Gaza

Photo by Mohammed Abedullah

3rd September | Charlie Andreasson | Gaza, Occupied Palestine We sailed out from Gaza City’s harbor just before dusk with the 13-man crew, including two boys, and we had a theoretical possibility to reach six nautical miles for fishing. But that ...

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Israeli attacks on fishermen in the Gaza sea

pchr

15th May 2014 | Palestinian Center for Human Rights | Gaza, Occupied Palestine Israeli Naval forces continued to carry out attacks on Palestinian fishermen in the Gaza Strip during the reporting period[1] (1-30 April 2014), including 11 shooting incidents; 3 chasing incident that led ...

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Madleen Kolab, Gaza’s only fisherwoman

(Photo by Charlie Andreasson)

9th February 2014 | International Solidarity Movement, Charlie Andreasson | Gaza, Occupied Palestine I have seen her standing there more then once, at the edge of the port, looking out over the boats in the harbor and then towards the horizon. ...

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A long, bloody January in Gaza

(Photo by Rosa Schiano)

5th January 2014 | International Solidarity Movement, Rosa Schiano | Gaza, Occupied Palestine It was a bloody beginning of the new year for the Palestinians of Gaza who, in addition to suffer from more and more difficult socioeconomic conditions, continued ...

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