Israel opens Gaza crossing, reaches ceasefire deal

by Muizat Hameed

Israeli occupation authorities have reopened the Gaza crossings.

Spokesman for the Israeli occupation army stated that, “After evaluation of the situation, all the crossings in the peripheries of Gaza reopened. Also, train service from Sderot (Israeli town 1.6 kilometers from Gaza) to Ashkelon resumed.”

Leadership of the internal front in the Israeli army has also decided to resume education at scholars in Sderot and Netivot, including all other towns surrounding Gaza.

However, fishing in Gaza is yet to open as of this morning. Naval officers opened fire at the fishermen who were at a distance of just three miles from the coast.

All crossings into Gaza closed yesterday after Palestinians’ reaction to the killing of a man at the fence separating Israel from Gaza.

The occupation force carried a lifeless body of a man with a bulldozer.

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