Occupied Lives: Closure of Gaza’s Agricultural Industry
Thursday, 14 June 2012 00:00
Today’s video links to a narrative given by Yousef
Shaath, Cash Crops Project Manager for the Agricultural Relief Committee (PARC)
in Gaza City. Mr. Shaath discusses the
Cash Crops Project and how such programs would not be necessary if the border
closure was lifted. This
is a special video, released on the fifth anniversary of Israel tightening the
closure policy on the Gaza Strip. The
video is titled “Occupied Lives: Closure of Gaza’s Agricultural Industry.”
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