Thursday, March 20, 2014

  • Thursday, March 20, 2014
  • Elder of Ziyon
There have been many reports about how Israel terrorizes Gaza fishermen, enforcing the 6-nautical mile limit off the coast by shooting warning shots towards them.

But in the most recent weekly UN OCHA report, we see that Egypt shoots at them as well:

[O]n two occasions, Egyptian naval forces opened warning shots towards Palestinian fishing boats approaching the Egyptian border; no injuries or damages were reported.
Is this the first time this happened? Not at all. From February 22:
An Egyptian naval ship fired warning shots at a Palestinian fishing boat early Saturday, officials said. No injuries were reported.
The incident happened off the southern coast of the Gaza Strip within Palestinian territorial waters, Nizar Ayyash, spokesman for the union of Gaza fishermen, told the Palestinian Ma'an News Agency.

Last August:
Egyptian naval police shot and wounded two Palestinian fishermen and detained five off the Gaza Strip on Friday, medics said, an incident that hinted at increased tension between Gaza's Islamist Hamas rulers and Cairo.
These were reported, but no NGO seems to have bothered writing up reports about this.

What a mystery.

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