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Egyptian authorities bar travel of 8 Palestinians

[ PIC 21/11/2013 – 08:41 AM ] RAFAH, (PIC)– Egyptian authorities resumed work in Rafah border terminal afternoon Wednesday but only allowed travel of 508 persons in both directions. Travel procedures were very slow after they were suddenly disrupted by the Egyptian side due to a technical fault in the computer network, and after they […]

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Israeli occupation blocks travel of 39 Palestinians in one week

[ PIC 31/08/2013 – 03:38 PM ] RAMALLAH, (PIC)– The Israeli occupation authority (IOA) last week blocked the travel of 30 Palestinians at the Karame crossing, the only crossing linking the West Bank to the outside world. A statement for the PA police in Ramallah on Saturday said that the IOA returned 39 Palestinians at […]

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Gaza official: Palestinians unable to cross into Egypt

Maan News Agency | Aug 18, 2013   GAZA CITY (Ma’an) — Palestinians are not being allowed to cross into Egypt via the Rafah crossing, a Hamas official said Sunday. Maher Abu Sabha, general director of the ministry of interior in Gaza, told Ma’an that the Rafah crossing was open on Saturday, but no passengers […]

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You didn’t win Arab Idol? Kindly wait, and maybe your application will be answered in the next two years!

Gisha – Gaza Gateway | Aug 12, 2013 More than 500 Palestinian residents of the West Bank are waiting today, just like they were yesterday. Some are afraid to leave their homes, others avoid crossing Israel’s checkpoints. They know that if a soldier happens to check their ID card, they might be removed to Gaza. […]

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The Closure Continues – Report on the Impact of the Israeli Closure of Gaza

Thursday June 20, 2013 00:25 by Palestinian Center for Human Rights – PCHR A Report on the Impact of the Israeli Closure on the Gaza Strip (01 January – 31 December 2012) This report is issued in the context of the closure policy imposed by the Israeli authorities on the Gaza Strip, which has been […]

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Occupation stops Jerusalemite pilgrims from leaving for Makkah

[ PIC 09/10/2012 – 08:21 PM ] OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– Local sources in occupied Jerusalem reported on Tuesday that the Israeli occupation forces prevented a number of Jerusalemite pilgrims from traveling through al-Krama Bridge, and sent them back to the city on the pretext of not paying taxes. The occupation authorities always oblige travelers, including […]

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Egypt allows travel of 1300 Palestinian passengers via Rafah crossing

[ PIC 28/06/2012 – 10:37 AM ] RAFAH, (PIC)– The Egyptian authorities have allowed 1300 Palestinian passenger to travel across the Rafah border terminal on Wednesday, Ayub Abu Shaar, the director of the Rafah terminal, said on Wednesday night. He denied local press reports that the Egyptian authorities had officially increased the number of travelers […]

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At Allenby Israel stops wife of freed prisoner she has not seen in 18 years

Palestine’s Prisoners | Pictures | Topic | Category – Torture | History | Category Universal Declaration of Human Rights Art 13:2 “Everyone has the right to leave any country, including his own, and to return to his country“   Maan News Agency | Updated October 21, 2011 NABLUS (Ma’an) — Israeli forces have denied the […]

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Patient dies in Gaza after being denied exit for treatment

27-07-2011,10:52  – Ezzedeen Al-Qassam Brigades Al Qassam website– Besiged Gaza- Palestinian medical sources in the Gaza Strip reported that a 33-year-old patient died on Sunday in the Gaza Strip after the Israeli Authorities denied him permit to be moved into the West Bank for urgent medical treatment. The Al Mezan Center for Human Rights reported […]

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Egypt’s “state security” still blocks Rafah exit from Gaza

Rami Almeghari | The Electronic Intifada| Gaza Strip |26 May 2011 Palestinians have faced severe restrictions when attempting to travel from Gaza via Rafah. (Wissam Nassar /Maan Images) “My father, may he rest in peace, was an Egyptian, my daughters are Egyptians, my grandchildren are Egyptians, my brothers are Egyptians, I am an Egyptian,” an exasperated Salah […]

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