Some additional "military" blockade facts: no rule but blockaded goods were: cars, refrigerators, computers, cement, concrete, wood, glass, light bulbs, candles, matches, books, musical instruments, crayons, clothing, shoes, mattresses, sheets, blankets, pasta, tea, coffee, fruit juice, chocolate, nuts, shampoo, conditioner, and toilet paper According to the World Health Organization, one third of children under five and women of childbearing age are anaemic June 2009 the UN said only half the cooking gas needed was allowed in. Research by Oxfam shows houses across Gaza without power for between 4% and 33% of the time. In early June 2009, 28,000 people were still without piped water. The blockade is a major factor in the "dire state" of much of Gaza's medical equipment.
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from the article: Israel allows clothes, shoes into blockaded Gaza for first time