Tag Archives: Ramallah

The tale of a fish from Gaza

In central Ramallah, a modest sign of progress toward reconnecting the two parts of the Palestinian territory: for the first time in seven years, fish from Gaza was sold in the West Bank. Continue reading

Posted in economic development, Movement of goods out of Gaza, Seperation Policy | 1 Comment

Mohammed Assaf’s not in Gaza anymore

According to legend, in order to get to the Arab Idol auditions, Mohammed Assaf had to bribe border guards, climb a wall, and sing to hotel security. So how does he slip in so easily to Ramallah? Simple: he won the competition. Continue reading

Posted in Movement of people out of Gaza | 3 Comments