Haaretz, May 17, 2016
The enclave of Gaza, one of the most densely populated places in the world, will mark a decade of life under a strangulating siege next month. Some two million people, many born since the blockade was in place, are imprisoned there in a frightening human experiment [....]
In order to keep this enclave alive, Israel sends in measured and insufficient quantities of construction materials.
[...] Recently, and as reported Tuesday by Jack Khoury, Jordan has also erected an unofficial barrier against Gaza’s residents.
[...] There is no justification for the closure of Gaza. It hasn’t prevented missiles from being fired at Israel. It hasn’t caused the hoped-for public uprising against the Hamas government.