Why is Gaza always Egypt's scapegoat?

Rami Almeghari
Gaza Strip
17 December 2013

Unlike the Rafah crossing, other borders have been opened since the Cairo coup earlier this year.

Waiting in Gaza, where nothing makes sense

Yousef M. Aljamal
4 October 2013

I haven’t been able to see my relatives in the West Bank for 14 years.

Like a miracle, I've been allowed to study outside Gaza

Malaka Mohammed
United Kingdom
25 September 2013

Many other Palestinian students have lost their scholarships because Egypt denies them the right to travel.

Egypt blocks Gaza student from going to college in UK

Rami Almeghari
Gaza Strip
19 September 2013

Only 150 persons allowed to cross Rafah per day.

Israel imposes new fuel restrictions on Gaza

Gaza City
2 July 2013

The only crossing for commercial goods between Israel and Gaza has been closed five times since the end of February.

New book celebrates besieged Gaza's vibrant (and spicy) cuisine

Hadeel Assali
New York City
30 January 2013

The Gaza Kitchen reveals the strength of Gaza’s culture, traditions and heritage.

UN finds "crisis of dignity" as settlers destroy Palestine's olive trees

Jillian Kestler-D'Amours
30 October 2012
Farmers in the West Bank village of Salem have only been allowed access their olive groves for four days this year.

Israel's starvation diet for Gaza

Jonathan Cook
24 October 2012

Recently released documents reveal that Israel deliberately allowed much less food than was previously thought to have been imported into Gaza.

Egypt reopens border crossing with Gaza -- for now

Eva Bartlett
Rafah Crossing
4 September 2012
Palestinians are cautious about the future of freedom of movement between the Gaza Strip and Egypt.

What the "IDF Spokesperson" doesn't like tweeting about Gaza

While the IDF Spokesperson is eager to share information about goods going in to Gaza, there is a remarkable reluctance to answer questions about how many goods are being exported out of Gaza.


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