Israeli naval forces on Friday opened fire on Palestinian fishing boats off the coast of the Gaza Strip, The Daily Star reported.
"Israeli gunboats opened fire toward a group of Palestinian fishermen north of the Gaza Strip," a media source told the Anadolu Agency.
No casualties were reported.
Israel allows fishing up to 6 miles off the Gaza coast.
When it first imposed its blockade on the Gaza Strip in 2006, Israel had allowed a 3-nautical-mile fishing zone for Palestinian fishermen.
Gaza fishermen say the measures have adversely impacted their traditional business. They complain that their annual hauls have since fallen from pre-blockade levels of some 4,000 tons of fish to a current 1,500 tons.
Of the Gaza Strip's roughly 1.8 million inhabitants, about 40,000 earn their living from fishing, according to the Palestinian Fishermen's Union.
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