Following four days of quiet after Israel and Hamas struck a ceasefire, last Sunday, Israel increased allowed for increased activity at several Gaza border-crossings.

According to the Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center, this included an increase in the amount of trucks allowed through the Kerem Shalom crossing, the evacuation of civilians with “compelling humanitarian conditions,” and a return to work at normal capacity for conveyor belts at the Karni corssing and the fuel terminal at the Nahal Oz crossing.


In response to Tuesday’s attacks by Islamic Jihad, the IDF has closed all the cargo crossings between Gaza and Israel. However, the Erez pedestrian crossing remains open, the Jerusalem Post reported.


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