Tag Archives: export

#GazaUnderAttack | Israel halts meat exports to Europe over boycott

MEMO | Sunday, 17 August 2014 13:08 The EU’s decision came after the High Commission found out that the Israeli meat factory, Auf Tof, gets poultry from suppliers in the Jordan Valley settlements. The Israeli ministry of agriculture has decided to halt its meat exports to Europe and sell them instead in local markets and […]

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MP Khudari: Allowing some shipments of goods into Gaza is not enough

All Israeli Attacks – Timeline | All Israeli cease Fire Violations – Timeline [ PIC 22/09/2013 – 04:20 PM ] GAZA, (PIC)– Head of the popular committee against the siege MP Jamal Al-Khudari said that the entry of limited shipments of construction materials to the Gaza Strip through the Israeli-controlled crossing Karam Abu Salem is […]

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#GazaArk | Solidarity activists to sail from Gaza

[ PIC 02/11/2012 – 08:33 PM ] GAZA, (PIC)– Canadian solidarity activists announced their readiness to sail from the port of Gaza via Canadian “Gaza’s Ark” boat to the outside world, within the efforts to break the siege imposed on Gaza. This came during a press conference organized in Gaza on Thursday evening by the […]

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Egypt tightens security in and around gas export facilities in Sinai

[ PIC 05/03/2012 – 05:32 PM ] OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– The Egyptian authorities have tightened security measures in and around gas export facilities in northern Sinai Peninsula to ward off future threats. Hebrew radio reported on Monday that repair of those facilities has been completed and resuming exports to each of Jordan and Israel was […]

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Israel okays first Gaza-West Bank trade in 5 years

Khaleej Times March 5 2012 JERUSALEM — Israel on Monday allowed the Palestinians to export two truckloads of date bars from Gaza to the West Bank in what was the first such trade between the territories since 2007, the military and an NGO said. The rare move was permitted as part of a World Food […]

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Update on the US brokered ease of Gaza: Flower & 1 whole truck of strawberries allowed to leave Gaza for export

Related: Deprivation of Basic Needs Cost Lives! Healthcare | Electricity| Water | Communication Maan News Gancy | Jan 17, 2012 GAZA CITY (Ma’an) — Israel permitted the export of one truck of flowers and another of strawberries from the blockaded Gaza Strip on Tuesday, a Palestinian official said. The produce will leave Gaza through Kerem […]

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Israel Allows More Construction Materials into Gaza, Exports Still at Zero

Gaza Under Attack – in pictures | Attacks on Gaza – Timeline While Gaza needs 670,000 truckloads of construction material, an average of 715 enter per month PNN – Palestine News Network – 22.11.11 – 23:01 PNN -On Tuesday, Israeli forces opened the Karem Abu Salem crossing in the southern Gaza Strip, admitting nearly 300 […]

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URGENT: Demand the Release of Gaza Crafts – Action Alert!

Truth does not matter for “Israel”. Buttons Do. To mute. Salem-News.com | Nov 17, 2011 The suffering of Palestinians in Gaza, especially children, is at an all time high. Atfaluna Society for Deaf Children MECA photo (GAZA CITY) – Every holiday season, the Middle East Children’s Alliance (MECA) and Joining Hands sponsor a bazaar of […]

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Egyptian prosecution to finalize probe into corrupt gas deal with Israel

[ 05/03/2011 – 09:53 AM ]   CAIRO, (PIC)– Egypt’s Supreme State Security Prosecution is finalizing investigations with former minister of petroleum Sameh Fahmi after complaints filed against him for wasting public funds in oil export deals with Israel and six other countries in Europe. Investigations revealed the top secret gas deal with Israel was […]

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Egypt’s military-industrial complex

4 February 2011 By Pratap Chatterjee, the Guardian – 4 Feb 2011 http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/cifamerica/2011/feb/04/egypt-arms-trade With US-made tear gas canisters fired on protesters in Cairo, Washington’s role in arming Egypt is under the spotlight In early January 2010, Bob Livingston, a former chairman of the appropriations committee in the US House of Representatives, flew to Cairo accompanied […]

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Farmers can export again, but livelihoods precarious

IRIN Middle East |  OPT | Economy | Governance | Human Rights | Security   Photo: Phoebe Greenwood Strawberry farmer Jihad Hamdona with his crop GAZA, 23 January 2011 (IRIN) – Jihad Hamdona grows strawberries in Beit Lahia, northern Gaza, 800 metres from the Israeli border. He is hoping 2011 will be a better year […]

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