To hell and back: Gaza’s workers return to war-torn enclave

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The New Arab

On November 3, hundreds of disorientated, exhausted and abused Gazan workers, stripped of their belongings, were dropped off at the Karem Abu Salem goods crossing into the south of the blockaded Gaza Strip, currently under the most brutal bombing campaign in its history. The Israeli army had carried out the return of these workers in a demeaning fashion, dropping them at a commercial crossing point designated for the passage of goods and fuel, not people, and via which they would need to walk a considerable distance to enter the besieged enclave. As Gaza’s workers trudged over the crossing and…

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