Gaza
Gaza may refer to:
Spain ‘Issues Arrest Warrant’ For Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Over 2010 Gaza Flotilla Attack
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and seven other former and current government officials are at risk of arrest if they set foot in Spain, after a Spanish judge effectively issued an arrest wa...
History of Gaza
The known history of Gaza spans 4,000 years. Gaza was ruled, destroyed and repopulated by various dynasties, empires, and peoples. Originally a Canaanite settlement, it came under the control of the a...
History of Gaza - Wikipedia
Economy of Gaza
The economy of Gaza City was dependent on small industries and agriculture. After years of decline, economic growth in Gaza is now on the rise, boosted by foreign aid. According to the International ...
Economy of Gaza - Wikipedia
Palestinian cuisine
Palestinian cuisine consists of foods from or commonly eaten by Palestinians — which includes those living in the Palestinian territories, Israel, Jordan, refugee camps in nearby countries as well as ...
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Palestinian costumes
Palestinian costumes are the traditional clothing worn by Palestinians. Foreign travelers to Palestine in the 19th and early 20th centuries often commented on the rich variety of the costumes worn, pa...
Palestinian costumes - Wikipedia
List of twin towns and sister cities in the Palestinian Territories
This is a list of places in the Palestinian territories having standing links to local communities in other countries. In most cases, the association, especially when formalised by local government, i...
List of twin towns and sister cities in the Palestinian Territories - Wikipedia
Gaza flotilla raid
33°34′02″E / 32.64113°N 33.56727°E / 32.64113; 33.56727 The Gaza flotilla raid was a military operation by Israel against six civilian ships of the "Gaza Freedom Flotilla" on ...
Gaza flotilla raid - Wikipedia
Gaza Weekly Newspaper
Gaza Weekly Newspaper is a weekly newspaper established in 1950, and published from the city of Gaza. The first issue was on 6 July 1951. The newspaper is printed in the Zeitoun neighbourhood in Gaza ...
Çetin Topçuoğlu
33°34′02″E / 32.64113°N 33.56727°E / 32.64113; 33.56727 The Gaza flotilla raid was a military operation by Israel against six civilian ships of the "Gaza Freedom Flotilla" on ...
Çetin Topçuoğlu - Wikipedia
Moses Najara II
Moses Najara II was a Jewish poet, son of Israel Najara, whom he succeeded as rabbi of Gaza. His poetry is praised by his contemporaries, but none of his poems is now extant.
Moses Najara II - Wikipedia
MV Finch
The MV Finch, also known as the Spirit of Rachel Corrie, was an aid ship staffed by peace activists from Malaysia, India, Ireland, and Canada attempting to deliver supplies to Gaza in May 2011 ahead o...
Gaza City Mall
The Gaza City Mall is a three-story shopping mall in Gaza City.Owned by the Al-Hayat Tureed Company the mall is located just west of Gaza City near Haidar Abdel Shafi Square.Construction began in Augu...
Al-Arkam school
Al-Arkam school (Arabic: مدرسة دار الأرقم‎) is a school in Gaza City which was established by Hamas leader Sheikh Ahmed Yassin. In September, 2005, it was partially destroyed in an airstrike...
Salah al-Din Road
Salah al-Din Road (also known as the Salah ad-Deen Highway) is the main highway of the Gaza Strip and extends over 45 kilometers, spanning the entire length of the territory from the Rafah Crossing in...
Sheikh Radwan
Sheikh Radwan (Arabic: الشيخ رضوان‎) is a district of Gaza City located nearly 3 kilometers (1.9 mi) northwest of the city center. It borders al-Shati camp to the southwest, Rimal to t...
Incidents in the Gaza War
Incidents in the Gaza War include incidents involving attacks against civilians, a school, a mosque, and naval confrontations.
A United Nations inquiry into attacks on UN personnel or facilities d...
Incidents in the Gaza War - Wikipedia
Israel-Gaza conflict
The Gaza–Israel conflict is a part of the wider Israeli–Palestinian conflict.Palestinian militant actions escalated in the Gaza Strip following the overwhelming election to government of the Islamic p...
List of rulers of Gaza
The following is a list of rulers of Gaza. During Mamluk and early Ottoman rule, Gaza served as the capital of a province which at times included most of central and southern Palestine or the coastal ...
List of rulers of Gaza - Wikipedia
Al-Shati (camp)
Al-Shati (Arabic: مخيّم الشاطئ‎), also known as Beach camp, is a Palestinian refugee camp located in the northern Gaza Strip along the Mediterranean Sea coastline in the Gaza Governorate, an...
Furkan Doğan
Furkan Doğan (20 October 1991 – 31 May 2010) was a Turkish American who was residing in Turkey permanently. He was the youngest person killed by the IDF on the MV Mavi Marmara, in the Gaza flotilla ra...
Furkan Doğan - Wikipedia
Foreign involvement in the Gaza War
This article documents the involvement of foreign powers in "Operation Cast Lead", the Gaza War.
Unnamed US diplomatic sources confirmed on or around January 25, 2009 that United States Navy warsh...
Foreign involvement in the Gaza War - Wikipedia
2010 easing of the 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...
2010 easing of the blockade of the Gaza Strip - Wikipedia