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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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Israeli occupation continues to close Gaza crossings

[ PIC 29/04/2013 – 07:30 PM ] GAZA, (PIC)– The Israeli occupation authorities (IOA) retained the closure of Gaza crossings on Monday and cancelled visits by relatives of Gaza prisoners for the same reason. Raed Fattuh, the head of the committee supervising the entry of goods into Gaza, told Quds Press that the IOA informed […]

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The lost footnotes of COGAT’s latest report

Gaza Gateway | Gisha | April 25, 2013 This month, the Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories (COGAT) published a report in English summarizing its activities over the course of 2012. The section on Gaza is comprehensive, thorough and informative, but it tells only part of the story. Gisha brings you the imagined, missing […]

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Gaza to refuse import of fruit from Israel

Maan News Agency | Sept 21, 2012 GAZA CITY (Ma’an) — The Gaza Strip’s agriculture ministry on Friday said it would not allow the import of fruits to the enclave in order to protect the local market. The announcement came as Israel promised new measures facilitate the entry and exit of goods at Gaza crossings. […]

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PCBS: December Exports Up, Imports Down

WAFA NEWS AGENCY FEB 28 2012 RAMALLAH, February 28, 2012 (WAFA) – Palestinian exports increased by 11.9% while imports decreased by 3.6% in December 2011 compared to the previous month, according to a report published by the Palestinian Central Bureau for Statistics (PCBS) on Tuesday. Exports reached $66.9 million while imports reached $318.1 million in […]

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Playing Politics at the Rafah Crossing

March 21, 2011 By Richard Lightbown Hopes that the popular uprising in Egypt will lead to the permanent opening of the Rafah Crossing into the Gaza Strip suffered a setback on 13 March when an Anglo-French medical team of three surgeons was denied entry into the Strip by Egyptian officials. No reason was given for […]

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Imports to Gaza drop 70% due to blockade: report

20:58, February 22, 2011 Increases the bookmark twitter facebook digg Google Windowslive Delicious buzz friendfeed Linkedin diigo reddit stumbleupon A Palestinian report released Tuesday indicated a 70-percent drop in imports to the Gaza Strip since Israel imposed a blockade on the enclave in June 2007. The report, which was made by Palestine Trade Center, observed […]

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ei: China imports Israel’s methods of propaganda and repression

Jimmy Johnson, The Electronic Intifada, 28 December 2010 (EI Illustration) Israeli army spokesperson Brig. Gen. Avi Benayahu recently returned from a trip to China where he met with his Chinese counterparts and other officials. The goal was to deepen Sino-Israeli ties on political, security and military levels. This is only the latest in a burgeoning […]

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