Maintain the blockade

Phillips, Moshe; Korn, Benyamin
July 2014
Washington Jewish Week;7/17/2014, Vol. 50 Issue 29, p18
The article discusses the Israeli blockade of Gaza, which at the current Israel and Hamas conflict, limit Palestinian rocket attacks from the Gaza Strip on Israel's cities and prevent Hamas from obtaining other weapons.


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