# 18, KOBI - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • indrajaya
    • 14.11.07 | 15:09 (IST)

    ...Israel left Gaza but is STILL at fault for the violence.... Whaaatt? You must be thinking that I'm so stupid, Kobi about GAZA occupation. This is the facts about continuing Israel's occupation on Gaza: 1. Airspace reserved for Israeli use only. No other aircraft allowed. 2. Territorial waters out of bounds to all except Israeli navy, minus a strip of 5 km where Palestinian fishing is allowed. 3. Crossing to Israel of course under Israeli control (and rightly so). 4. Israel continues to control population registry. Only those registered as Gaza residents are allowed into Gaza. (The population registry is normally a function of government.) 5. Crossing to Egypt thru Rafa is also under Israeli "remote" control. European observers were enforcing rules agreed to with Israel. Egypt too. When Israel wants the border closed, it closes.(quoted from Tosefta post) So Israel's military rule is still fully intact in Gaza, it hasn't left GAZA or withdraw from it. What say you, Kobi.

    from the article: Flip-flopping toward Damascus
    First published 00:00 14.11.07 | Last updated 00:00 14.11.07
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