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Israeli Occupation reopens "Karem Abu Salem" crossing after four-day closure
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Gaza, ALRAY- The Israeli occupation authorities reopened Sunday "Karem Abu Salem" crossing, in the southeast of Rafah, after a four-day closure on the pretext of Jewish holidays.

Raed Fattouh, the head of the committee to coordinate the entry of goods into the Gaza Strip, said to "Alray" that today 400-450 trucks loaded with goods, aid, cement and construction iron will enter Gaza Strip, and limited quantities of petrol, diesel and cooking gas we will pump to Gaza Strip.

"Karem Abu Salem" is the only commercial crossing into which the goods and fuel enter Gaza. The Israeli occupation authorities close the crossing on Friday and Saturday every week, in addition to Jewish holidays.