Blockade of the Gaza Strip
The blockades of the Gaza Strip refers to a land, air, and sea blockade on the Gaza Strip by Israel from 2007 to present. Egypt has also kept its border with Gaza mostly sealed. After the 2005 disenga...
Blockade of the Gaza Strip - Wikipedia
Philadelphi Route
The Philadelphi Route, also called Philadelphia Corridor, refers to a narrow strip of land, 14 km (8.699 miles) in length, situated along the border between Gaza Strip and Egypt. Under the provis...
Philadelphi Route - Wikipedia
2006-2007 economic sanctions against the Palestinian National Authority
The 2006–07 economic sanctions against the Palestinian National Authority were economic sanctions imposed by Israel and the Quartet on the Middle East against the Palestinian National Authority and th...
2006-2007 economic sanctions against the Palestinian National Authority - Wikipedia
Reactions to the Gaza flotilla raid
Reactions to the Gaza flotilla raid on 31 May 2010 ranged from fierce condemnation to strong support for Israel.Israel expressed regret over loss of life in the Gaza flotilla raid, yet stated that the...
Reactions to the Gaza flotilla raid - Wikipedia
Gaza–Egypt border
The Gaza—Egypt border is the 12 km long border between the Gaza Strip and Egypt. Along the border exists a buffer zone with the Philadelphia Route, which is about 14 km long. The main border...
Gaza–Egypt border - Wikipedia
European Union Border Assistance Mission Rafah
The European Union Border Assistance Mission at the Rafah Crossing Point (EU BAM Rafah) is, after the European Union Police Mission for the Gaza Strip (EU COPPS), the EU's second Civilian Crisis Manag...
Gaza Strip smuggling tunnels
The Gaza Strip smuggling tunnels are passages that have been dug under the Philadelphi Corridor, a narrow strip of land, 14 km (8.699 miles) in length, situated along the border between Gaza Stri...
Gaza Strip smuggling tunnels - Wikipedia
Breach of the Gaza-Egypt border
The 2008 breach of the Gaza-Egypt border began on 23 January after Hamas militants in the Gaza Strip set off an explosion near the Rafah border crossing, destroying part of the 2003 wall. The United N...
Breach of the Gaza-Egypt border - Wikipedia
Freedom Flotilla II
"Freedom Flotilla II – Stay Human" was a flotilla that planned to break the maritime blockade of the Gaza Strip by Israel by sailing to Gaza on 5 July 2011. Ultimately, the sailing did not take p...
Freedom Flotilla II - Wikipedia
Israel's unilateral disengagement plan
The Israeli disengagement from Gaza (Hebrew: תָּכְנִית הַהִתְנַתְּקוּת, Tokhnit HaHitnatkut; in the Disengagement Plan Implementation Law), also known as "Gaza expulsion" and "Hitnatkut", was the with...
Israel's unilateral disengagement plan - Wikipedia
Rafah Border Crossing
The Gaza—Egypt border is the 12 km long border between the Gaza Strip and Egypt. Along the border exists a buffer zone with the Philadelphia Route, which is about 14 km long. The main border...
Rafah Border Crossing - Wikipedia
Gaza Strip smuggling tunnel
The Gaza Strip smuggling tunnels are passages that have been dug under the Philadelphi Corridor, a narrow strip of land, 14 km (8.699 miles) in length, situated along the border between Gaza Stri...
Gaza Strip smuggling tunnel - Wikipedia
2008 breach of the Gaza-Egypt border
The 2008 breach of the Gaza-Egypt border began on 23 January after Hamas militants in the Gaza Strip set off an explosion near the Rafah border crossing, destroying part of the 2003 wall. The United N...
2008 breach of the Gaza-Egypt border - Wikipedia
Goods allowed/banned for import into Gaza
Import of goods into the Gaza Strip is limited as part of the 2007–present blockade of the Gaza Strip imposed by Israel and Egypt. Israel allows limited humanitarian supplies from aid organizations in...
Goods allowed/banned for import into Gaza - Wikipedia