Palestinians wait to fill canisters with cooking gas. Palestinians in the Gaza Strip are experiencing shortage in gas and fuel
Israel today closed Gaza’s main commercial crossing to all good except fuel, local sources reported.
Israel has increased its targeting of the besieged Gaza Strip over the past few days, striking sites in the enclave causing damage to property.
It claims the closure of the Kerem Shalom (Karm Abu Salem) crossing is in response what it calls incendiary balloons which exploded in the air and caused no damage to Israel yesterday.
Occupation forces regularly block access to the Gaza crossings as a means of controlling the Palestinian population. In July Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Kerem Shalom would be closed if kite and balloon launchers continued with their activity.
Gaza ran out of cooking gas as a result of the Israeli closure of the crossing days later.
(Source / 05.03.2019)