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Rail shipment: The Gaza Strip has a small and limited network of roads. The area has a standard north-south lane that has been destroyed and left unused, with few lines left. This railway used to end in the south with the Egyptian railway and in the north with the Israeli railway.
Sea shipment: Ships are not allowed to enter or leave the Gaza Strip by sea, and the Israeli navy is blocking the passage of ships to Gaza. Goods enter Gaza through the Rafah crossing in southern Gaza, bordering Egypt, and five crossings on the Israeli border. In addition, in southern Gaza, people enter the Gaza Strip from Egypt by digging tunnels.
Port of Gaza
The construction of the only port in the Gaza Strip has been abandoned after the start of the Al-Aqsa Intifada in 2000. Fishing takes place off the coast of Gaza. The Israeli army only allows fishermen in Gaza to fish 5.5 km offshore. This distance was previously 11 km but was reduced at the beginning of 2014.
Air shipment: Gaza International Airport was opened on November 24, 1998, following the agreements reached in the Second Oslo Accords of 1995 and the 1998 Wi-Fi Memorandum of Understanding. The airport was built for $ 86 million by Japan, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Germany, and Morocco in the southern Gaza Strip. The airport had a capacity of 700,000 people a year.
The airport was closed by Israeli order in October 2000, and its runway was destroyed by Israeli defense forces in December 2001. The airport has since been renamed Yasser Arafat International Airport.
Telephone communication lines
The Gaza Strip has a basic fixed telephone system provided by an aerial cable system, as well as a wide range of mobile services provided by a platform (Jowl) or Israeli service providers such as Cellcom. Four companies in the Gaza Strip are offering Internet services that are currently competing with each other over high-speed Internet and telephone Internet.
Most households in Gaza have radio and television (70%), and about 20% have a personal computer. People living in the Gaza Strip have satellite TV channels (Al-Jazeera, Egyptian and Lebanese TV channels, etc.), local private channels, as well as Palestinian radio and the first and second Israeli radio and television channels.