Citrus fruits, strawberries, and Flowers are the most important exports of the Gaza Strip . The most important agricultural products of the Gaza Strip are olives, citrus fruits, vegetables, meat, and Dairy products. The main imports of tape are food, consumer goods, and construction materials.
The Gaza Strip is under siege by its two neighbors, Israel and Egypt, and the people of Gaza are not allowed to enter or leave the region. Israel has also blocked Gaza's airspace and water, and Gaza has even lost the ability to legally export and import.
Before the summer of 2005, the Gaza Strip was under official Israeli military occupation, with 7,700 Israelis living in several towns in Gaza. However, de facto control of Gaza remains in the hands of Israel, which controls Gaza's airspace and waters and has the right to enter Gaza at any time. Hamas ousted Palestinian Authority forces from the region in 2007 after the 2007 Gaza war. Gaza remained under Hamas control until 2014 when with the agreement of the Fatah Hamas movement, a patriotic government was appointed to Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah for all of Palestine (including the West Bank and Gaza Strip ). Palestinians in the Gaza Strip are affiliated with the Israeli government in various areas of life, such as water, electricity, and communication technologies.
The Gush Katif area of Israel was formerly located in the Sindh region, adjacent to Rafah and Khan Yunis, along the southwestern coast of 40 km from the Mediterranean Sea. A controversial buffer zone was established on the northern border with Israel a few months after Israel implemented a plan to unilaterally evacuate the Gaza Strip in December 2005. Part of the 2.5-kilometer border penetrates the Palestinian Authority-controlled area, which used to be part of northern Israel, and is now occupied by Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades to fire rockets at Israel. They use.
The Gaza Strip has a temperate climate, with mild, dry winters and hot, dry summers. The surface is flat or flat, and there are dunes along the shore. The highest point is called Abu Awda, which is 105 meters above sea level. Palestine's natural resources include arable land (about one-third of the Gaza Strip is irrigated land). Palestine environmental issues include desertification; Use of saltwater to irrigate agricultural products, freshwater; Wastewater treatment; waterborne diseases; Soil erosion; and the reduction and pollution of groundwater resources. The Gaza Strip is said to be one of the fifteen territories that make up the "cradle of humanity." The area has the oldest remains of large man-made fires and some of the oldest human skeletons.
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The city of Gaza is located in the rest of the Gaza Strip next to Yasser Arafat International Airport. It reopened in 1998, but is currently out of operation, with gangs and its support facilities largely destroyed by Israeli forces during the Al-Aqsa Intifada. Following Israel's withdrawal from the Gaza Strip in the autumn of 2005, there were discussions between the Palestinian and Israeli sides over its reopening. So far, Israeli negotiators have not agreed to allow it to reopen.