KAREEM BORDER ALLOWS 400 AID TRUCKS ENTERING GAZA

Israel allow 400 trucks aid  entering  Gaza (Photo: archive)
Israel allow 400 trucks aid entering Gaza (Photo: archive)

Gaza, 25 Muharram 1436/18 November 2014 (MINA) – Israeli occupation authorities opened Kareem Abu Salim commercial crossing adjacent with the Gaza Strip on Tuesday morning, allowed 400 trucks containing goods  in humaitarian assistance for the strip.

“There will be 100 trucks containing special materials for Qatar’s highway infrastructure projects and six trucks containing cement and iron for the project,” Raed Fattouh, Chief of Gaza Entering Goods Committee told Mi’raj Islamic News Agency (MINA) correspondent.

Fattouh also stated that a number of special fuel for electricity generators and gasoline would enter the Gaza Strip.

Most of Gazans has depended on tunnels through Egypt to get the materials for their daily needs. However, the Egyptian authorities destroyed the tunnels recently.

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After the end of the latest war in July-August, Palestine and Israel reached an agreement to  ‘ease’ the blockade by opening all border crossings such as on land, sea, and air.

After the ceasefire was imposed, the agreement has not been fully realized in the reality, while five border crossings are still closed so far.

Rafah border which is adjacent with Egypt was not fully opened.  The security situation in the Sinai peninsula is used as the reason for closing the border  until now.

Meanwhile the people of Gaza suffered difficult in their life, especially after the 51-days battle with the Israeli occupation that ended last August. (L / P009/R04)

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Mi’raj Islamic News Agency (MINA)