By: Middle East Affairs
On Sunday, two Palestinian anglers were detained by Israeli maritime powers off the shore of the northern blockaded Gaza Strip.
“The Israeli maritime powers confined two anglers as they were working along the northern Gaza Strip drift and were taken to an obscure area,” the boat captain, Nizar Ayyash said.
Owrans al-Sultan and Hassan al-Sultan are the two detained fishermen.
“The Israeli maritime powers additionally reallocated their angling vessel,” Ayyash added.
In the interim, Israeli powers opened fire towards Palestinian shepherds, north of Rafah locale in southern Gaza. Explanations behind the shooting stayed obscure. No wounds were accounted for among the shepherds.
It should be noted that the Israeli armed force routinely confines and starts shooting at unarmed Palestinian anglers, shepherds, and ranchers along the outskirt zones in the event that they approach the singularly pronounced cradle zone.
These actions has as a result wrecked a great part of the farming and angling segment of the barricaded beach coastal enclave, which has been under an Israeli air, land, and sea siege for almost 12 years.