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last updated June 21, 2010
published June 19, 2010
Gisha - Partial list of items prohibited/permitted into the Gaza Strip - June 2010
Read more:  blockade, Gaza Strip, Gaza, siege, prohibited items, import
Summary: Gisha document shows an approximate and partial list of items that are prohibited/permitted into Gaza Strip.
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Partial List of Items Prohibited/Permitted into the Gaza Strip
June 2010

The above document is an approximate and partial list of items prohibited/permitted into Gaza. It is based on information from Palestinian traders and businesspersons, international organizations, and the Palestinian Coordination Committee, all of whom "deduce" what is permitted and what is banned based on their experience requesting permission to bring goods into Gaza and the answers they receive from the Israeli authorities (approved or denied). It is not possible to verify this list with the Israeli authorities because they refuse to disclose information regarding the restrictions on transferring goods into Gaza. It should be noted that Israel permits some of the "prohibited" items into Gaza (for example: paper, biscuits, and chocolate), on the condition that they are for the use of international organizations, while requests from private merchants to purchase them are denied.


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