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  Gazan Civilians and Besieged Gaza Sea
Gaza, Muhammad Abu Qamar, - 2009-06-17

Gaza Sea

Early evening at the beginning of Gazan fishermen's trip to find food for their families, Israeli occupation war boats start opening heavy fire on the fishermen and their simple boats.

Therefore, Gazan people are frightened and preferred to retreat home, rather than take the risk of being at the coast,so the coast area is becoming more and more deserted.

The fishermen return to their homes before the commencement of their hard journey which takes all the night in days where Israel is not attacking them, so where is the solution?
The besieged Gaza civilians find in the sea the sole place to spend time with their families without the imposed restraints of the border controls limiting their movements - there is little in the way of light relief and entertainment.

The noise of the shooting brings back the scene of Gaza coast that was targeted during the war on Gaza which destroyed many restaurants, hotels and buildings in front of it.

Gazan civilians became more frightened and many of them wouldn't return to that place for summer vacation, especially after the final exams to have fun and spend some relaxation time.

The problems extended and the sewage water reached the sea coast, while the official authorities say that the explanation is the Israeli occupation policy which prevents bringing equipment to purify it before it reaches the open sea.

These problems convince ordinary civilians that there is no solution for this siege. They said that even the sea which they think that is the sole shelter is also being destroyed by the Israeli occupation.

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