May 30, 2021. More than a week into the ceasefire, Israel continues to severely restrict travel to and from Gaza and is prohibiting all exit of goods, as well as entry of fuel for Gaza's power plant, construction materials, and other items.
May 26, 2021. According to information received by Gisha, Israel partially opened its crossings with Gaza yesterday (May 25) but continues to severely restrict movement of people and goods to and from the Strip.
May 20, 2021. Israel must immediately repair the damaged grid in its own territory, allow the immediate transit of all necessary supplies for repairs in the Strip, and refrain from causing further harm to Gaza residents.
April 27, 2021. According to COGAT, the "fishing zone" will remain closed “until further notice.” Human rights organizations Gisha, Adalah and Al Mezan demand the ban be reversed.
On Tuesday, March 16, 2021, Gisha filed a request for information under the Freedom of Information Act to Israel's Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories (COGAT), the military authority in charge of implementing Israel's policy vis-à-vis Palestinian travel between Gaza, Israel, the West Bank, and abroad.