When Salem Abu Amira from Gaza City was 10 years old, his father began teaching him how to fish. Today, he spends more than four hours each day diving into the waters outside Gaza. But fishermen in the coastal enclave have increasingly relied on food aid to support their families. A Gaza fisherman told Al-Monitor the increased dependence on aid is largely due to repeated harassment of Gaza fishermen by Israeli forces. It’s turned fishing into a dangerous profession.