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A truck carrying cattle arrives at Kerem Shalom crossing after it was reopened by Israel, in Rafah i

Israel reopens Gaza crossings after calm restored

The decision was taken after a meeting between Israel and Qatar, aided by Egyptian officials and the UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process.

Kibbutz Kerem Shalom

IDF soldier fights Gaza terror tunnels, moves to a kibbutz on the border

For about two years, Alef and his 28 friends have lived in Kibbutz Kerem Shalom, which is located next to the Gaza border.

A Palestinian man rides on a truck carrying fruits as it arrives at Kerem Shalom crossing in Rafah i

IDF foils smuggling of material to produce military uniforms to Gaza

The cloth rolls were hidden among other goods that were entering the Hamas-controled enclave.

Several kilograms of synthetic drugs found in sneakers

WATCH: Sneakers shipment to Gaza contains 5 kg of synthetic drugs

The shipment and truck were seized and the driver was transferred for questioning by Israel Police.

COGAT's video to the Palestinians with Hebrew translation

COGAT tells Palestinians terrorism is what cuts their electricity short

"Between 85 and 75 tankers of fuel enter the Gaza Strip each week, which helps significantly increase electricity hours. Terrorism prevents you from having that," COGAT's video explained.

Activist of Otzma Yehudit and the URP block the Kerem Shalom crossing

Otzma Yehudit and URP activists block the Kerem Shalom crossing to Gaza

Police forces arrived at the scene and detained three suspects.

A member of Palestinian security forces gestures as a fuel tanker arrives at Kerem Shalom crossing

Gaza’s Kerem Shalom briefly closed after Palestinian drone hovers above

Closure of the crossing comes in the aftermath of Monday’s launch of two incendiary balloons from Gaza into Israel. The balloons exploded in the air and did not cause any damage.

Why are Israeli food products so popular in Gaza?

According to the Gaza Economy Ministry, Israeli products account for 65% of all items imported into Gaza.


Targeted killings credited with convincing Hamas leaders to negotiate

Israel has threatened to assassinate high-ranking Hamas members if the violence along the Gaza Strip border continues.

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