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Before dawn, a series of explosions, Palestinian gunmen blowing up parts of the border wall at Rafah between Gaza and Egypt. Then this, wave after wave of Palestinians crossing over, Egyptian guards watched but did nothing to stop them.

'We're feeling so happy. This is a happiness for all the Islamists worldwide and a victory for them, God Willing.'

As the day wore on, a steady flow of desperate Palestinians streamed across, 50,000 by early evening by Egypt's count. They bought food, fuel and other basics they've been days without. And Egypt says the crossings won't be stopped as long as Gazans are starving. The exodus follows Israel's closing of its Gaza border crossings Friday. It said to punish Gaza's Hamas leadership after days of rocket attacks on southern Israel. Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh is calling for crisis talks with Egypt and power-sharing negotiations with his Palestinian rival, President Mahmoud Abbas.

'What happened was an expression of popular rage, an evidence that the spair has reached a climax and the siege can not continue.'

Israeli leaders say the Palestinians have the power to stop the siege. Militants need to quit firing rockets into Israel.

'None of us here love the situation in Gaza, thus we haven't any pleasure to see people suffering, or to see people seeking in the dark. They left Gaza completely. They don't intend to return.' The fall of the Rafah wall punches new holes in Israeli efforts to keep pressure on the Gaza Strip in the face of an international outcry over shortages in the territory. Palestinians call 'One big jail'.

The surprise shopping spree in Egypt is ending for deprived Gazans. Egyptian troops in riot gear backed by water cannon are moving to reseal the border at Rafah. They are meeting resistance. There have been scuffles since they started taking up positions at dawn. Gazans already on the Egyptian side are being allowed to cross back over with the supplies they bought over the past two days. But those who turned up hoping to continue the spree are being turned back. They've had a rare taste of freedom since Palestinian gunmen used landmines to destroy parts of the concrete border wall. A natural explosion of anger and frustration explained Hamas leaders in Gaza after suffering a week-long Israeli supply siege.

The United States and Israel have pressured Egypt to reseal the border, worried militants among the 70,000 Gazans who've made the crossing are restocking their weapons stores. The blockade was imposed after a rain of rockets on southern Israel. Egyptian troops are carrying out their orders but their task isn't going to be easy - thousands of Palestinians are still getting through, more than half of the border wall has been demolished.

Susan Flory, Reuters


Words and Phrases
outcry
An outcry is a reaction of strong disapproval and anger shown by the public or media about a recent event.
deprived
Deprived people or people from deprived areas do not have the things that people consider to be essential in life, for example acceptable living conditions or education.
scuffle
A scuffle is a short, disorganized fight or struggle.
wear on
If you say that time wears on, you mean that it passes, especially when it seems to pass slowly.
exodus
If there is an exodus of people from a place, a lot of people leave that place at the same time.


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Before dawn, a series of explosions, Palestinian gunmen blowing up parts of the border wall at Rafah between Gaza and Egypt. Then is wave after wave of Palestinians crossing over. Egyptian guards watched but did nothing to stop them.

"We're feeling so happy. This is a happiness for all the Islamists worldwide and a victory for them. God willing."

As the day were on, a steady flow of desperate Palestinians streamed across, 50,000 by early evening by Egypt's account. They bought food, fuel and other basics they've been days without. And Egypt says the crossings won't be stopped as long as Gazans are starving. The accident follows Israel's closing of its Gaza border crossings Friday. It said to punish Gaza's Hamas leadership after days of rocket attacks on southern Israel. Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh is calling for crisis talks with Egypt and power-sharing negotiations with his Palestinian rival, President Mahmoud Abbas.

"What happened was an expression of popular rage, an evidence that the spare has reached a climax and the siege can not continue."

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The surprise shopping spree in Egypt is ending for deprived Gazans. Egyptian troops in riot gear backed by water cannon are moving to reseal the border at Rafah. They are meeting resistance. There have been scuffles since they started taking up positions at dawn. Gazans already on the Egyptian side are being allowed to cross back over with the supplied they bought over the past two days. But those who turned up hoping to continue the spree are being turned back. They've had a rare taste of freedom since Palestinian gunmen used landmines to destroy parts of the concrete border wall. A natural explosion of anger and frustration explained Hamas leaders in Gaza after suffering a weeklong Israeli supply siege.

The United States and Israel have pressured Egypt to reseal the border, worried militants among the 70,000 Gazans who've made the crossing are restocking their weapons stores. The blockade was imposed after a rain of rockets on southern Israel. Egyptian troops are carrying out their orders but their task isn't going to be easy - thousands of Palestinians are still getting through, more than half of the border wall has been demolished.

Susan Flory, Reuters
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Before dawn, a series of explosions, Palestinian gunmen blowing up parts of the border wall at Rafah between Gaza and Egypt. Then is wave after wave of Palestinians crossing over. Egyptian guards watched but did nothing to stop them.

"We're feeling so happy. This is a happiness for all the Islamists worldwide and a victory for them. God willing."

As the day were on, a steady flow of desperate Palestinians streamed across, 50,000 by early evening by Egypt's account. They bought food, fuel and other basics they've been days without. And Egypt says the crossings won't be stopped as long as Gazans are starving. The accident follows Israel's closing of its Gaza border crossings Friday. It said to punish Gaza's Hamas leadership after days of rocket attacks on southern Israel. Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh is calling for crisis talks with Egypt and power-sharing negotiations with his Palestinian rival, President Mahmoud Abbas.

"What happened was an expression of popular rage, an evidence that the spare has reached a climax and the siege can not continue."

Israeli leaders say the Palestinians have the power to stop the siege. Militants need to quit firing rockets into Israel.

"None of us here love the situation in Gaza. Those leave us any pleasure, as we see people suffering, and we see people sleeping until die. They love Gaza completely, they don’t intend to account.”
The fall of the Rafah wall punches new holes in Israeli efforts to keep pressure on the Gaza Strip in the face of an international outcry over shortages in the territory. Palestinians call "One big jail".

The surprise shopping spree in Egypt is ending for deprived Gazans. Egyptian troops in riot gear backed by water cannon are moving to reseal the border at Rafah. They are meeting resistance. There have been scuffles since they started taking up positions at dawn. Gazans already on the Egyptian side are being allowed to cross back over with the supplies they bought over the past two days. But those who turned up hoping to continue the spree are being turned back. They've had a rare taste of freedom since Palestinian gunmen used landmines to destroy parts of the concrete border wall. A natural explosion of anger and frustration explained Hamas leaders in Gaza after suffering a weeklong Israeli supply siege.

The United States and Israel have pressured Egypt to reseal the border, worried militants among the 70,000 Gazans who've made the crossing are restocking their weapon stores. The blockade was imposed after arain of rockets on southern Israel. Egyptian troops are carrying out their orders but their task isn't going to be easy - thousands of Palestinians are still getting through, more than half of the border wall has been demolished.

Susan Flory, Reuters
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Before dawn, a series of explosions, Palestinian gunmen blowing up parts of the border wall at Rafah between Gaza and Egypt .

Then this, wave after wave of Palestinians crossing over. Egyptian guards watched but did nothing to stop them.

"We're feeling so happy. This is the happiest for all the Islamists worldwide and a victory for them. God willing!"

As the day wore on, a steady flow of desperate Palestinians streamed across, 50,000 by early evening by Egypt's count. They bought food, fuel and other basics they've been days without. And Egypt says the crossing won't be stopped as long as Gazans are starving. The exiders follow Israel's closing of its Gaza border crossing since Friday. It said to punish Gaza's Hamas leadership after days of rocket attacks on southern Israel. Hamas leader Ismail Haniya is calling for crisis talks with Egypt and power sharing negotiations with its Palestinian rival President Mahmoud Abbas.

"What happened was an expression of popular rage, an evidence the despair has reached a climax and the seige cannot continue."

Israeli leaders say the Palestinians have the power to stop the seige. Militants need to quit firing rockets into Israel.

"None of us here love this situation in Gaza. It's not any pleasure to see people suffering or to see people sitting in the dawn. We left Gaza completely. We don't intend to account."

The fall of the Rafah wall punches new holes in Isreali efforts to keep pressure on the Gaza Strip. In the face of an international outcry over shortages in the territory--Palestinians call "one big jail".

The supprise shopping spree in Egypt is ending for deprived Gazans. Egyptian troops in riot gear backed by water cannon are moving to reseal the border at Rafah. They are meeting resistence. There have been scuffles since they started taking up positions at dawn.

Gazans already on the Egyptian side are being allowed to cross back over with the supplies they bought over the past two days.But those who turned out hoping to continue the spree are being turned back.They had a rare taste of freedom since Palestinian gunmen used landmiles to destroy parts of the concrete border wall. An natural explosion of anger and frustration explained Hamas leaders in Gaza after suffering a week long Israeli supply seige.

The United States and Israel have pressured Egypt to reseal the border, worried militants among the 70,000 Gazans who've made the crossing are restocking their weapon stores.

The blockade was imposed after a rain of rockets on southern Israel. Egyptian troops are carrying out their orders, but their task isn't going to be easy. Thousands of Palestinians are still getting through. More than half of the border wall has been demolished.

Susan Flory, Reuters
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Before dawn, a series of explosions, Palestinian gunmen blowing up parts of the border wall at Rafah between Gaza and Egypt. Then this, wave after wave of Palestinians crossing over, Egyptian guards watched but did nothing to stop them.

"We're feeling so happy. This is a happiness for all the Islamists worldwide and a victory for them, God Willing."

As the day were on, a steady flow of desperate Palestinians streamed across, 50,000 by early evening by Egypt's account. They bought food, fuel and other basics they've been days without. And Egypt says the crossings won't be stopped as long as Gazans are starving. The accident follows Israel's closing of its Gaza border crossings Friday. It said to punish Gaza's Hamas leadership after days of rocket attacks on southern Israel. Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh is calling for crisis talks with Egypt and power-sharing negotiations with his Palestinian rival, President Mahmoud Abbas.

"What happened was an expression of popular rage, an evidence that the spare has reached a climax and the siege can not continue."

Israeli leaders say the Palestinians have the power to stop the siege. Militants need to quit firing rockets into Israel.

"None of us here love the situation in Gaza, because there is any pleasure to see people suffering, or to see people sitting in the dull. They love because they are completely belong to ...The fall of the Rafah wall punches new holes in Israeli efforts to keep pressure on the Gaza Strip in the face of an international outcry over shortages in the territory. Palestinians call "One big jail".

The surprise shopping spree in Egypt is ending for deprived Gazans. Egyptian troops in riot gear backed by water cannon are moving to reseal the border at Rafah. They are meeting resistance. There have been scuffles since they started taking up positions at dawn. Gazans already on the Egyptian side are being allowed to cross back over with the supplies they bought over the past two days. But those who turned up hoping to continue the spree are being turned back. They've had a rare taste of freedom since Palestinian gunmen used landmines to destroy parts of the concrete border wall. A natural explosion of anger and frustration explained Hamas leaders in Gaza after suffering a weeklong Israeli supply siege.

The United States and Israel have pressured Egypt to reseal the border, worried militants among the 70,000 Gazans who've made the crossing are restocking their weapons stores. The blockade was imposed after a rain of rockets on southern Israel. Egyptian troops are carrying out their orders but their task isn't going to be easy - thousands of Palestinians are still getting through, more than half of the border wall has been demolished.

Susan Flory, Reuters

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Before dawn a series of explosions, Palestinian gunmen blew up parts of the border wall at Rafah between Gaza and Egypt. Then this, wave after wave of Palestinians crossing over, Egyptian guards watched but did nothing to stop them.

"We're feeling so happy. This is happiness for all the Islamists worldwide and a victory for them, God Willing."

As the day were on, a steady flow of desperate Palestinians streamed across 50,000 by early evening by Egypt's account. They bought food, fuel and other basics they've been days without. And Egypt says the crossings won't be stopped as long as Gazans are starving. The accident follows Israel's closing of its Gaza border crossings Friday. It is said to punish Gaza's Hamas leadership after days of rocket attacks on southern Israel. Hamas leader Ismail Haniyah is calling for crisis talks with Egypt and power-sharing negotiations with his Palestinian rival, President Mahmud Abbas.

"What happened was an expression of popular rage, and evidence that the spare has reached a climax and the siege can not continue."

Israeli leaders say the Palestinians have the power to stop the siege. Militants need to quit firing rockets into Israel.

"None of us here love the situation in Gaza, because there is any pleasure to see people suffering, or to see people sitting in the dull. They love because they are completely belong to ... "

The fall of the Rafah Wall punches new holes in Israeli efforts to keep pressure on the Gaza Strip in the face of an international outcry over shortages in the territory (that) Palestinians call "One big jail".

The surprise shopping spree in Egypt is ending for deprived Gazans. Egyptian troops in riot gear backed by water cannon are moving to reseal the border at Rafah. They are meeting resistance. There have been scuffles since they started taking up positions at dawn. Gazans already on the Egyptian side are being allowed to cross back over with the supplies they bought over the past two days. But those who turned up hoping to continue the spree are being turned back. They've had a rare taste of freedom since Palestinian gunmen used landmines to destroy parts of the concrete border wall. A natural explosion of anger and frustration explained Hamas leaders in Gaza after suffering a weeklong Israeli supply siege.

The United States and Israel have pressured Egypt to reseal the border worried militants among the 70,000 Gazans who've made the crossing are restocking their weapons stores. The blockade was imposed after a rain of rockets on southern Israel. Egyptian troops are carrying out their orders but their task isn't going to be easy. Thousands of Palestinians are still getting through. More than half of the border wall has been demolished.
Susan Flory, Reuters.
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Before dawn, a series of explosions. Palestinian gunmen blowing up parts of the border wall at Rafah between Gaza and Egypt. Then this, waves after waves of Palestinians are crossing over. Egyptian guards watching but did nothing to stop them. We are feeling so happy; this is happiness for all the Islamists worldwide and a victory for them, god willing. Has the day were on a steady flow of desperate Palestinians streamed across, 15,000 by early evening by Egypt's count.

They bought food, fuel and other basic they have been days without. And Egypt says the crossing won't be stopped as long as Gazans are starving. The accident followed Israel’s closing of its Gaza border crossing Friday. It said to punish for Gaza's Hammas leadership after days of rockets attack in southern Israel. Hammas is calling for crisis talks with the Egypt and power sharing negotiation with his Palestinian rival President Abbas.

What happen was an expression of popular rage, and ever since the despair has reached the climax, and the siege can not continue. Israeli leader say the Palestinia have the power to stop the siege, militants need to quit firing rockets into Isreal.
None of us love the situation in Gaza, any pleasure to see people suffering, or to see people sleep in the dark, Gaza completely....


The fall of the Rafah wall punches news holes in Israeli efforts to keep pressure on the Gaza Strip. In the face of an international outcry over shortage in the territory, Palestinians call one big jail. The surprise shopping spree in Egypt is ending for deprived Gazans. Egyptian troops arrived at gear by water cannon are moving to reseal the border at Rafah. They are meeting with resistance. There has been scuffle since they started taking up a position at dawn. Gazans are already on the Egyptian side and are being allowed to cross back over with the supplies they bought over the past two days. But those who turned up, hoping to continue the spree are being turned back. They had rarely tastes of freedom since Palestinian gunmen use landmine to destroy part of the concrete border wall.

And natural explosion of anger and frustration explained Hammas leader in Gaza after suffering a week long Israeli supply siege. The United States and Isreal have pressured the Egypt to reseal the border; worrying militants among the 70,000 Gazans to make the crossing are restocking their weapon stores. The blockade was imposed after a rain of rockets on Southern Israel. Egyptian troops are carrying out their orders but their task isn't going to be easy. Thousands of Palestinians are still getting through ,more than a half of the border wall has been demolished.
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Before dawn , a series of explosions Palestinian gunmen blowing up parts of the border wall at Rafah between Gaza and Egypt.Then this,wave after wave the Palestinians crossing over.Egyptian guards watched but did nothing to stop them.
“We’re feeling so happy.This is the happiness of the Islamist worldwide.And a victory for them.God willing.”
As the day were on,a steady flow of desperate Palestinians streamed across.50,000 by early evening by Egypt’s count.They bought food fuel and other basics they have been days without.And Egypt says the crossing won’t be stopped as long as Gazans are starving The accident follows Israel’ closing of its Gaza border crossing Friday. It said to punish Gaza’s Hamas leadership after days of rocket attacks on Southern Israel.Hamas leader is calling for crisis talk with Eqypt and Power-sharing negotiations with the palestinian rival President .
“What happened was an expression of popular rage.An evidence this despair has reached the climax and the siege cannot continue.”
Israeli leader say the Palestinians have the power to stop the siege.Militants need to quit firing rockets into Israel.
The fall of the Rafah wall punches new holes in Israeliefforts to keep pressure on Gaza street. In the face of International outcry over shortages in the territory.Palestinians call “one big jail.”
The surprise shopping spree in Egypt is ending for deprived Gazans.Egyptian troops in riot gear backed by water cannon are moving to reseal the border at Rafah. They are meeting resistance.There have been scuffles since they started taking up position at dawn.Gazans already on the Egyptian side are being allowed to cross back over with the supplies they bought over the past 2 days.But those who turned up hoping to continue the spree are being turned back.. They ‘ve had a rare taste of freedom since Palestinian gunmen used the landmines to destroy parts of the concrete border wall.And natural expression of anger and frustration explained Hamas leader after suffering a week-long Israeli supply siege.The United States and Israel have pressured Egypt to reseal the border worrying militants among 70,000Gazans to make the crossing are restocking their weapons stores. The blockade was imposed after a ring of Egyptian troops are carrying out their orders but their task isn’t going to be easy. Thousands of Palestinians are still getting through.More than half of the border wall has been demolished.
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Before dawn, a series of explosions, Palestinian gunmen blowing up parts of the border wall at Rafah between Gaza and Egypt. Then this, wave after wave of Palestinians crossing over, Egyptian guards watched but did nothing to stop them.

"We're feeling so happy. This is a happiness for all the Islamists worldwide and a victory for them, God Willing."

As the day were on, a steady flow of desperate Palestinians streamed across, 50,000 by early evening by Egypt's count. They bought food, fuel and other basics they've been days without. And Egypt says the crossings won't be stopped as long as Gazans are starving. The accident follows Israel's closing of its Gaza border crossings Friday. It said to punish Gaza's Hamas leadership after days of rocket attacks on southern Israel. Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh is calling for crisis talks with Egypt and power-sharing negotiations with his Palestinian rival, President Mahmoud Abbas.

"What happened was an expression of popular rage, an evidence that the spare has reached a climax and the siege can not continue."

Israeli leaders say the Palestinians have the power to stop the siege. Militants need to quit firing rockets into Israel.

"None of us here love the situation in Gaza, thus we haven't any pleasure to see people suffering, or to see people sitting in the dull. They left Gaza completely. They don't intend to account." The fall of the Rafah wall punches new holes in Israeli efforts to keep pressure on the Gaza Strip in the face of the international outcry over shortages in the territory. Palestinians call "One big jail".

The surprise shopping spree in Egypt is ending for deprived Gazans. Egyptian troops in riot gear backed by water cannon are moving to reseal the border at Rafah. They are meeting resistance. There have been scuffles since they started taking up positions at dawn. Gazans already on the Egyptian side are being allowed to cross back over with the supplies they bought over the past two days. But those who turned up hoping to continue the spree are being turned back. They've had a rare taste of freedom since Palestinian gunmen used landmines to destroy parts of the concrete border wall. A natural explosion of anger and frustration explained Hamas leaders in Gaza after suffering a week-long Israeli supply siege.

The United States and Israel have pressured Egypt to reseal the border, worried militants among the 70,000 Gazans who've made the crossing are restocking their weapons stores. The blockade was imposed after a rain of rockets on southern Israel. Egyptian troops are carrying out their orders but their task isn't going to be easy - thousands of Palestinians are still getting through, more than half of the border wall has been demolished.

Susan Flory, Reuters
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