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long-term control over the Gaza Strip report demonstrates, should not require a buffer zone of the kind that currently exists, let alone further mass demolitions.

long-term control over the Gaza Strip. Such a goal would entail the wholesale destruction of neighborhoods, regardless of whether the homes in them pose a specific threat to the IDF, and would greatly exceed the IDF's security needs. It is based on the assumption that every Palestinian is a potential suicide bomber and every home a potential base for attack. report demonstrates, should not require a buffer zone of the kind that currently exists, let alone further mass demolitions.

As part of the preparation for this report satellite imagery was used to analyze damage done by the Israeli forces and to chronicle the destruction

The IDF invoked the death of five Israeli soldiers in Rafah on May 12, 2004, to demonstrate the need for a wider buffer zone.

In 2004, Human Rights Watch published the report Razing Rafah: Mass Home Demolitions in the Gaza Strip. They are related to the identity of the house's owner, and result in a "significant decrease" of Palestinian terrorists attacks.

Read by Fred Abrahams.

In most cases Human Rights Watch found the destruction carried out in the absence of military necessity.

During regular nighttime raids and with little or no warning, Israel forces used armored caterpillar D9 bulldozers to raze blocks of homes at the edge of the camp, incrementally expanding a "buffer zone" that is currently up to three hundred meters wide.

Nearly two-thirds of these homes were in Rafah, a densely populated refugee camp and city at the southern end of the . Over the past four years, the Israeli military has demolished over 2,500 Palestinian houses in the occupied Gaza Strip

Over the past four years, the Israeli military has demolished over 2,500 Palestinian houses in the occupied Gaza Strip.

Palästinensische iete, Vertreibung. Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek Sachsen-Anhalt. Classification Scheme of the Special Subject Collection → Regions, Countries and Peoples → Particular Regions → Eastern Arab Countries and Peoples → Palestine → History, Politics (including the Arab-Israeli conflict). Visual Library Server 2019.

The blockade of the Gaza Strip has caused a shortage of certain basic products, especially construction materials, fuel, some consumer . Razing Rafah: Mass Home Demolitions in the Gaza Strip, Human Rights Watch. "Tunnels Lead Right to the Heart of Israeli Fear".

The blockade of the Gaza Strip has caused a shortage of certain basic products, especially construction materials, fuel, some consumer articles, and medicines and medical supplies. As Israel limits the Palestinian freedom of movement, for most.

houses in the occupied Gaza Strip .

Over the past four years, the Israeli military has demolished over 2,500 Palestinian houses in the occupied Gaza Strip. During regular nighttime raids and with little or no warning, Israeli forces used armored Caterpillar D9 bulldozers to raze blocks of homes at the edge of the camp, incrementally expanding a "buffer zone" that is currently up to three hundred meters wide.

Book by Fred Abrahams