Palestinian fishers face fire from two sides: Israel and Egypt.
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Gaza fishing industry
Israel displaced more than 100 Palestinians so far this month.
Israeli fire is injuring fishers, damaging boats and destroying livelihoods.
Palestinian spearfishers create their own equipment due to shortages under Israeli siege.
“I’m like the fish. If I leave the sea, I die.”
Soldiers injured in three attacks.
Netanyahu uses fishing industry to pressure Gaza as a whole.
The remains of 11 Palestinians from Gaza are currently being held by Israel.
Fishers denied access to coastal waters for fifth consecutive day.
Meanwhile settlers set who fire to Palestinian fields enjoy impunity.
There is no return to “normal” in the besieged territory, even during a ceasefire.
Rashad al-Hissi has been fishing for 60 years.
"In the past, the sea used to be open. We would fish whatever we wanted, whenever we wanted."
Eight Palestinian fishers have been killed since 2000.
Two children among six taken in latest attack by Israeli navy.
Crab season is eagerly awaited by Palestinian fishing families each year.