Most of Gaza’s factories have closed and its water is polluted as a result of Israel’s policy of closing land crossings to all but humanitarian
aid, according to a new report being released Monday by the human rights group B’tselem. The closure policy has “led to economic collapse in
Gaza,” B’tselem charged in a 44-page report that looked at Gaza, the West Bank and east Jerusalem during the period from January 2009 to the end
of April 2010.
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