Gaza has two borders
As recorded here last week, the recent BBC Two film ‘One Day in Gaza’ told viewers that:
“…Israel tightened its blockade on the region citing security concerns and strictly controlling all movement of goods and people in and out of the Gaza Strip. Today the economy is in freefall. More than half of Gaza’s two million inhabitants live in poverty and rely on aid. And they’re prevented from leaving what is one of the most densely populated regions on earth.” [emphasis added]
That misleading claim is of course not novel to BBC content and neither is the related and not infrequently seen politicised framing of the Gaza Strip as an ‘open-air prison’ – see examples here, here and here.
“Every day an average of 1,000 Gazan residents enter Israel through Erez Crossing. The vast majority of these people are those…
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