Opinion Trapped by the Israeli Navy, Gazan Fishermen Are Just Glad to Make It Home Alive
Limited by an Israeli nautical cordon, fishermen catch fewer, smaller fish. Policed by the Israeli navy, every sailing risks their boats, even their lives. And they cant sell up, because, unsurprisingly, there are no takers
It's no job for the fearful. The life of a Gazan fisherman isn't quite the poetic reverie suggested by the picture of sailing off into the Mediterranean Sea early each morning. It's a life of hard graft –...
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