Which gas is safe and which is not?

I am in the middle of a trip to the Golan Heights, Israel, and I have noticed that most of the gas used by Israeli citizens for cooking, heating, lighting, and even to power their homes is produced in the Gaza Strip.

The reason is simple: Gazans need gas.

For those who have not heard, Gazans are a Palestinian people who are also Arabs, and their people are being subjected to an Israeli military occupation, which is a violation of international law.

Israel has used the Gaza strip to supply gas to the West Bank and Israel, but its gas supply to Gaza is also dependent on the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), which supplies Gaza with the most basic necessities.

According to the UNRWA, Gaza is the poorest place in the world to live.

Gazans, like most Palestinians, are forced to live under Israeli military and security control.

The Gaza Strip has been under a full-scale Israeli blockade since 2006, when the Israeli military declared a “humanitarian pause” after killing more than 2,000 Palestinians and injuring more than 300.

In the past two years, Israel has imposed restrictions on the Gazans’ ability to access their land and water.

The latest restrictions include closing the only electricity source in the Strip, restricting the movement of the Gazan fishermen to coastal waters and restricting access to the Gaza border.

Since 2012, Gaza has been suffering from severe air and sea restrictions, and the Gazas’ only power source is the water and electricity that it receives from Israel.

Israel’s use of the Gaza water supply as an illegal, military blockade is in violation of both international law and Israeli obligations.

The use of Israeli citizens as guinea pigs is also problematic.

Israel is the sole producer of Gaza’s electricity, and since 2014, Israel used it as a pretext to shut off the water supply.

This meant that the Gaza people could not receive their basic needs of water, electricity, food, and medical treatment.

Israel also continues to deny the Gaza people access to essential goods that would help them to survive.

For instance, Israel’s blockade on Gaza has prevented the Gaza government from importing food from neighboring countries.

Gazan authorities have been unable to purchase the basic necessities of life for their people, including water and essential medicines.

Gaza children have been subjected to a severe water shortage, which has resulted in the deaths of more than 1,000 children and children’s hospitals.

The most serious problem is the ongoing blockade.

The blockade has resulted from Israel’s refusal to comply with the terms of the Oslo Accords, which Israel signed with the Palestinians in 1994.

The Accords stipulated that Israel would provide Gaza with enough food, fuel, and other basic necessities for one year and an additional one year for rebuilding Gaza’s economy and rebuilding infrastructure.

Israel continues to impose the blockade, despite repeated international calls to lift it.

However, in order to lift the blockade Israel needs to provide the Palestinians with food, water, and basic necessities in order for them to be able to survive and rebuild their lives.

This includes food, which in Gaza is not available because of the blockade.

Israel, which receives a significant portion of its energy from Israel, is not in a position to supply the Palestinian people with food.

For a country like Israel to be in a dire situation, the blockade needs to be lifted.

However the current blockade has a detrimental impact on the lives of the Palestinians.

Gazas living in the West, including the West bank, have access to food, electricity and other essential goods.

The Gazans have been able to access these essential goods through the international community.

The Palestinian Authority (PA) is the governing body in Gaza.

The PA has not taken any measures to lift Israel’s blockades on the Strip.

Therefore, the PA has no legal authority to lift Israeli occupation.

The Israeli occupation is a continuation of Israel’s illegal colonization of the Palestinian territory since 1948.

Israel illegally occupied the West and East Bank from 1967 until it annexed the Gaza region in 2007, when it established the military police.

The United Nations Security Council adopted Resolution 194, which called on Israel to lift its blockade and to open its border crossings to the PA and other international organizations.

The UNSC adopted Resolution 2334, which passed the General Assembly with a vote of 138-5.

On August 1, 2020, Israel lifted its blockade on the Gaza territories.

Israel said it would open the crossings, and international observers arrived to inspect.

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) also ruled that Israel had the right to withdraw from the Gaza and East Jerusalem occupied territories.

In response to this, Israel agreed to a series of UN Security Council resolutions that included lifting the blockade and opening the border crossings.

Israel and the United States have since signed an agreement that allows for the opening of Gaza to international organizations and other humanitarian organizations.

However due to the blockade on Israel, it is difficult for Palestinians in Gaza to access basic goods such as food, medicine, and electricity