Palestinian sources: Steel wire allowed into Gaza

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
June 2, 2019 23:52
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"Under the agreements, Israeli authorities have begun allowing steel wires used for fishing into the Gaza Strip," Palestinian sources told the Jerusalem newspaper Al-Quds, Channel 13 reported. "These materials were not allowed into the Gaza Strip for the past 12 years."

After Eid al-Fitr, other previously forbidden materials will also be allowed into the Gaza Strip, according to Al-Quds.

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