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Gaza strip

Gaza strip

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Published by Carta in Jerusalem .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Israel-Arab War, 1967 -- Territorial questions -- Gaza Strip.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementcontributors: H. Zeev, M. Gihon, Z. Levkowich.
    ContributionsZeev, H.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination16 p. :
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19779018M

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      The Israeli military said late Sunday that it struck a Hamas target in the northern Gaza Strip in response to the continued launches of explosives-laden balloons from the Palestinian territory.   GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) — Hundreds of thousands of students in the isolated Gaza Strip returned to schools after five months of closure, despite the ongoing pandemic that has seen school years postponed elsewhere across the globe. The rare scene of .

    2 days ago  JABALIA, Gaza Strip: Hundreds of thousands of children walked through the streets of the Gaza Strip on Saturday to return to classes after five months of shutdown — . The Gaza Strip (Arabic غزة, Ghazzah, Hebrew עזה Azza) is a Palestinian territory in the Middle largest city is Gaza. Portions of this page, written based on experiences over the last 10 years, may be out of date as experiences from before the Hamas takeover in , open military conflict (27 Dec - 18 Jan ), or the Israeli blockade differ from the current situation on.


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This book seeks to show that the quest for Jewish supremacy over Palestine has been at the root of Israeli policy in the occupied territories—especially in the case of Gaza, which is the main focus of this book (and not the West Bank). In Gaza, Israel had a policy of expropriating much land from Palestinians for the purpose of Jewish by:   This book relates the Gaza Strip's rich and tumultuous history in a highly readable text, which includes time-lines for all the major events and personalities (from the Egyptian Pharaoh Thutmose III to Hamas' leader Ismai'l Haniye).

The book brings perspective to the recent Israeli invasion of the Strip and its political and social by: 2. Great book. It gives a complete comprehensive and detailed fact list about the entire occupation and settlement story of the Gaza Strip. One needs to remember that there is are plenty of difference between the West Bank and the Gaza Strip and this review articulates it in depth/5.

Gaza Strip (gäz´ə), ( pop. 1,) rectangular coastal area, c sq mi ( sq km), SW Asia, on the Mediterranean Sea adjoining Egypt and Israel, in what was formerly SW Palestine, now officially administered by the Palestinian it has been under the de facto control of Hamas, a Palestinian Islamic fundamentalist organization.

The Gaza Strip fell to British forces during World War I, becoming a part of the British Mandate of Palestine. Following the Arab-Israeli War, Egypt administered the newly formed Gaza Strip; Israel captured it in the Six-Day War in Under a series of agreements known as the Oslo accords signed between andIsrael transferred.

Roy (Harvard U.) analyzes the causes and impact of the various political and economic policies introduced into the Gaza Strip, focusing on those occurring during the Israeli occupation. Arguing that political concerns have hindered the area's economic development, resulting in the region's de-development, she examines the Gulf war, the Gaza-Jericho Agreement, and Arab and PLO policies.

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‘[W]hile the Gaza Strip has always been a crucible for change, there have been few books on the subject; Jean-Pierre Filiu’s Gaza: A History fills a gap in the literature.

I have spent the last 30 years researching the Arab-Israeli conflict and I thought that I knew everything worth knowing about the region and the conflict, but it was. The cover of ‘Disengagement,’ Daniella Levy’s new book, published in Marchabout the removal of Jewish settlements from the Gaza Strip.

(courtesy, Kasva Press). Recounting his journey with two companions to reach the Gaza Strip through Egypt’s blockade, a co-author of the book No Way to Gaza detailed the.

This sparkling memoir, written with the Lebanese novelist Selim Nassib, brings the Gaza Strip to life, as a place of suffering but also of magic Wed 5. Get this from a library. The blockade of the Gaza Strip.

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Shop Gaza Strip books at Alibris. 1 day ago  A Hamas official in the Gaza Strip told Haaretz on Saturday that the balloons carrying explosives or incendiary materials that have been launched into Israel in recent days are meant to send a message to Israel and to international bodies.

A suspicious object attached to a cluster of balloons was discovered in an agricultural area within the Eshkol Regional Council, which borders the Gaza Strip. The council said a police sapper and members of the security services were sent to the site. Gaza Strip, territory along the Mediterranean Sea just northeast of the Sinai Peninsula.

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The Gaza Strip is among the most densely populated places in the world.With 14 children to support at home in Gaza City's al-Shati or Beach camp for refugees, the one-third of a square mile web of streets and concrete that is home to nea people, life has.The Gaza Strip is a self-governing stretch of land along the main city in the Gaza Strip is called strip is currently governed by Hamas, a group declared as terrorists by many western nations for its launching of rockets into Israel.

The territory is 41 kilometers (25 mi) long, and from 6 to 12 kilometers ( to mi) wide, with a total area of square.