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Fishing Under Fire Report 2009

Fishing Under Fire 5 January 2010 Since the declaration of the “ceasefire”(18/1/2009), till the end of the year: 1 fisherman have been assassinated by the Israeli Navy at least 7 fishermen have been injured by gunfire (and at least another ...

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Shot after photographing the Gaza sea

Eva Bartlett | Electronic Intifada 28 October 2009 On 4 October, Ashraf Abu Suleiman, a 16-year-old from Gaza’s Jabaliya refugee camp, went to the northwest coast town of Sudaniya to visit an ill school friend. The teen then went to ...

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Israeli forces incinerate Gazan fishing boat

ISM Gaza 3 September 2009 In November 2008 Abu Adham’s fishing boat was seized by the Israeli Navy and all the fishermen were abducted and transferred to Israel. The fishermen and boat were subsequently released without charge. In June 2009 ...

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Israelis destroy boats, and lives

Eva Bartlett | Inter Press Service 3 September 2009 Until Monday, Omar and Khaled Al-Habil were the owners of a 20m fishing trawler staffed by five or six fishermen at a time, but employing around 18 in cycles. But that ...

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Finding fish, but Israelis too

Eva Bartlett | Inter Press Service 1 July 2009 At 6am on Jun. 16, Sadallah and his brother Abdel Hadi Sadallah, in their early twenties, went roughly 400 metres out to sea off the coast of Sudaniya in Gaza’s northwest. ...

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Over 50 bullets shot towards a fishing boat

ISM Gaza | Fishing Under Fire 21 June 2009 This video shows a Palestinian fishing boat attacked by the Israeli Navy BEFORE the recent massacres (December 2009, January 2009), that means during the 6 month “CEASEFIRE” (June – December 2008). ...

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Gaza fishermen petition High Court

Aviad Glickman | YNet News 16 June 2009 Four Palestinians from Gaza petitioned the High Court of Justice Tuesday in an effort to get back their confiscated fishing boat, seized by the IDF last month. The fishermen claim that their ...

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