90% of homes in Gaza destroyed by Israel ‘have been rebuilt’

Palestinian Housing Minister announced on Sunday that 90 per cent of the houses destroyed by Israel during the 2014 military offensive against Gaza have been rebuilt at a cost of $23 million.

Al-Hasayneh told a press conference in Gaza “We have rebuilt 9,308 housing units at a cost of $347m and repaired 100,000 partially destroyed units for $205m,” explained the minister. “We have repaired 17 multi-storey residential buildings and rebuilt the whole residential neighbourhood of Al-Nada in Beit Lahiya. We are waiting for funds to rebuild the Italian Mall.”
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