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IOF soldiers detain four Palestinian fishermen at sea
IOF soldiers detain four Palestinian fishermen at sea
Israeli occupation forces (IOF) aboard navy gunboats on Sunday arrested four Palestinian fishermen off the northern Gaza Strip coast and towed their boats to Israeli shore.
Monday, February 8,2010 10:37
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Israeli occupation forces (IOF) aboard navy gunboats on Sunday arrested four Palestinian fishermen off the northern Gaza Strip coast and towed their boats to Israeli shore.

Palestinian security sources said that the Israeli gunboats encircled the two fishing boats and forced them to head to the Israeli coast.

Israeli navy boats block Palestinian fishing more than three nautical miles off Gaza at the pretext of fighting smuggling via sea route into the Strip.

tags: Israeli Occupation Forces / Palestinian Fishermen / Israeli Gunboats / Solidarity With Palastinian
Posted in Human Rights , Palestine  
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