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Israel allows gravel into Gaza for commercial use
Published Tuesday 25/12/2012 (updated) 26/12/2012 16:58
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GAZA CITY (Ma’an) – Israeli authorities on Tuesday allowed the entry of gravel for commercial use in the Gaza Strip for the first time since imposing a crippling siege on the coastal enclave, a Gaza official says.

Nathmi Muhanna, head of the Gaza Strip’s crossings department, told Ma’an that Israel would allow entry of large quantities of gravel for construction on a daily basis.

“The Israeli side officially informed us that for the first time since the siege on Gaza started, 20 truckloads of gravel for commercial use would be allowed to enter the Gaza Strip every day,” Muhanna said.
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1 ) Mel / USA
25/12/2012 17:49
"Allows"?There's the CRUX!The day is coming soon,when Israel NO LONGER has power over Palestine to"allow"anything!Israel controls EVERYTHING about Palestine's "fabric" of existence-24/7.This Zionist holocaust is unsustainable,& a clear/present THREAT 2 our US NatSec.It MUST stop!Zionist Israel can't keep this US-COLONIAL strangle-hold that"allows"Palestine to breath(at whim),when Palestine is LEGALLY ENTITLED to LIVE/breath independently!Then,Israel will LIVE too,free of Zionism&welcomed by all!

2 ) Carol Scheller / Switzerland
26/12/2012 18:56
In order to translate and publish this article on my blog (http://carol.blog.tdg.ch), I would need a date for the beginning of the siege, for those uninformed.

3 ) Colin Wright / USA
28/12/2012 22:44
No 'terror gravel' I hope?

4 ) Colin Wright / USA
28/12/2012 22:46
To Carol #2 ' I would need a date for the beginning of the siege, for those uninformed.' 1948.
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