April 5, 2017. Israeli planes sprayed herbicides near the perimeter fence around Gaza this morning and yesterday morning. The Ministry of Agriculture in the Strip is assessing damage to local crops.
A visit to farmers whose crops were damaged in the latest round of spraying by Israeli planes, near the fence separating Gaza and Israel.
February 1, 2017. A visit to farmers whose crops were damaged in the latest round of spraying by Israeli planes, near the fence separating Gaza and Israel.
January 5, 2017. On Tuesday this week, Gaza farmers reported that Israeli planes sprayed herbicides in the area of the fence that separates the Gaza Strip from Israel. The substance was carried by the wind and reached agricultural fields. The extent of the damage caused to the crops is still unknown.
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Petition filed on June 19, 2016.
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Application filed January 10, 2016
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Since late 2015, Gisha has reported at least six incidents of herbicide spraying by Israeli planes, four of them this year, near the perimeter fence, damaging hundreds of acres of crops in Gaza Contradicting
January 23, 2017. Civilian planes hired by the Israeli air force spray herbicides near the fence that separates the Gaza Strip from Israel, in proximity to Palestinian farmland in northern and central Gaza. The damage to the crops is currently being assessed.
January 7, 2016. Last week, 1,187 dunams of crops were damaged in a similar spraying
December 29, 2015. Army admits to spraying herbicides in Gaza’s “buffer zone”. Farmers say the effects sometimes reach up to 500 meters from the fence