Updates

2013

“Democracy is tested in times of crisis”
December 26, 2013. Gisha’s executive director, Adv. Sari Bashi, research director, Iman Jabbour, and intake coordinator, Shadi Butthish, were interviewed for the Social Hour, a radio show on Israel Broadcasting Authority Reshet Bet. Read More »

Export from Gaza: Much too little Export from Gaza: Much too little
December 12, 2013. Limited agricultural export from Gaza to Europe begins – 35 trucks in November and December (up to the 9th) • The WHO warns against further deterioration in Gaza • Israel allows miniscule quantities of construction materials into the Gaza Strip. Read More »

Sewage floods neighborhoods in Gaza City Sewage floods neighborhoods in Gaza City
November 21, 2013. Power plant remains shut down due to fuel shortage and raw sewage floods residential neighborhoods in the Strip • Gaza drivers use cooking gas instead of costly fuel • Rafah Crossing opens, closes and then opens again. Read More »

This week: No cake in Gaza This week: No cake in Gaza
November 14, 2013. It has been almost two weeks since Gaza’s only power station stopped working. The power shortage is affecting bakeries and the quality of sewage treatment. There has been a sharp rise in the price of construction materials. Read More »

You won’t stop tunnels this way You won’t stop tunnels this way
October 27, 2013. Gisha Executive Director Sari Bashi wrote an op-ed for Haaretz about the discovery of the tunnel from Gaza to Ein Hashlosha and whether or not stopping the entry of building materials into Gaza will actually prevent other tunnels from being dug. Read More »

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