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IOF Tightens Closure and Close the Only Gaza Strip Commercial Crossing

 Ref: 71/2020 Date: 11August 2020 Time: 09:00 GMT   IOF Tightens Closure and Close the Only Gaza Strip Commercial Crossing The Palestinian Centre for Human Rights (PCHR) strongly condemns the Israeli authorities’ decision to close the Gaza Strip’s sole commercial crossing “Karm Abu Salem” and warns of its catastrophic consequences on the lives of 2 million Palestinians suffering from serious deterioration of humanitarian and social conditions caused by 14 years of Israeli closure. PCHR affirms that this decision falls in line with previous measures that the Israeli authorities implemented against Gaza since 2007 in its overarching plan to strangle it. According to PCHR's follow-up, on Monday,...

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