Egypt’s decade-long closure of Rafah crossing has left Palestinians exasperated.
At least 2,600 Bedouins have been made stateless, according to official data.
Small businesses set up along the coast are keeping some families afloat.
The Shamasneh family refused to leave their home of more than 50 years.
Employees see wages plummet.
“If Gaza has one face of death, she has many other faces of life.”
Palestinians are still learning to cope with grief and loss three years after Israel’s 51-day war.
“Shells and bullets were everywhere,” recalls farmer who lost four loved ones.
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