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Nothing Is Moving in Gaza

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Nothing Is Moving in Gaza – Avi Issacharoff
(dailyalert.org, Sept. 10, 2014)

Two weeks have passed since the Israel-Hamas cease-fire took effect, and the reconstruction of Gaza has not even begun. Hamas salaries have not been paid. There are new restrictions on supplies of iron entering Gaza. The crossing points are functioning in the same limited fashion as they were before the conflict. The victory celebrations organized by Hamas in the West Bank and Gaza are proving to have been a bad joke. According to Palestinian sources in Gaza, the Hamas military wing has made clear to the political leadership that if nothing has changed by Sep. 25, its men will renew rocket fire at Israel. (Times of Israel)

See also As Gaza Rebuilding Lags, Risk of Renewed War Grows – Amos Harel

The task of rebuilding Gaza is going nowhere. The PA is claiming fantastic sums of money will be needed (cynics will say this is so it can steal half the amount). Building new houses for the thousands left homeless will take a long time, and at the current pace, many will be living in tents well into the winter. (Ha’aretz)

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