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The Closure Continues.. A Report on the Impact of the Israeli Closure on the Gaza Strip (01 January – 31 December 2012) PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 20 May 2013 00:00



This report is issued in the context of the closure policy imposed by the Israeli authorities on the Gaza Strip, which has been implemented for six consecutive years, which has affected Palestinians’ lives in a brutal way.  These cruel conditions resulted from the restrictions imposed on the border crossings affecting the economic, social and cultural rights of 1.6 millions in the Gaza Strip and all their basic needs.  This report, that covers the year 2012, documents the state of the Gaza Strip's border crossings used for the movement of persons and goods.  Further, it presents comprehensive statistics on the border crossings showing the latest developments at the crossings and the impacts on the Gaza Strip.  The report also refutes the Israeli claims on the alleged "easing" of the closure imposed on the Gaza Strip.

State of the Gaza Strip’s border crossings (01 – 31 January 2013) PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 22 February 2013 00:00


This report documents the impact of the ongoing Israeli-imposed closure on Palestinian civilians, which affects their economic and social conditions.  The report addresses the state of commercial crossings and crossings assigned to the movement of persons.  It refutes Israel’s claims that it has eased the closure of the Gaza Strip, which it has imposed for six consecutive years.  The following are the most significant developments relevant to Gaza's border crossings during the reporting period (01 – 31 January 2013):


The full report is available online at:


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