Israel tightens blockade on Gaza, shuts Kerem Shalom crossing

Israel announced Monday that it was shutting the Kerem Shalom crossing for the passage of fuel and gas to the Gaza Strip and reducing the fishing zone off the enclave to 5 miles. The blockade against the Palestinian enclave was tightened after Hamas incendiary balloons continued to be tossed into Israel. More than 16 fires were ignited on Monday alone.

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2 thoughts on “Israel tightens blockade on Gaza, shuts Kerem Shalom crossing

  • Jul 17, 2018 @ 0:43 at 0:43
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    Ok, good, well done, oh yeah, oh yeah!
    But, why only for Gaza, while the serpent head is in Ramallah?
    One missile launch on Israel = 1 building down in Ramallah or Nablus + 1 building down in Gaza city
    This is the good formula!

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  • Jul 17, 2018 @ 14:18 at 14:18
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    Please don’t feed the bears. Any credible blockade should include water and electricity, food and petrol. Let the vermin cannibalize each other. It’s called a siege. And it works without firing a shot.

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