Palestinians in Gaza reflect on 10 years of siege

Palestinians in the Gaza Strip have entered their 11th year under a suffocating siege imposed by Israel. The blockade dictates the day-to-day reality for people in Gaza, where Israel controls the borders, airspace, and waters. Gaza’s isolation has devastated its economy, impoverished much of the Strip’s two million people, and left them without adequate electricity, water and health services.
June 2017 also marks the tenth year of Hamas’ rule over the Strip, after the group won elections in 2006 and pushed out its rival, Fatah, which refused to recognize the vote.
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