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Communications blackout and spiraling hunger compound misery in Gaza Strip as war enters 11th week

by Madison Thomas
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Communication Blackout

What caused the communication blackout in the Gaza Strip?

The communication blackout in the Gaza Strip was caused by a disruption in internet and telephone lines, which went down on Thursday evening and remained inaccessible on Saturday morning. This blackout was the result of damage to telecommunications lines in the south of Gaza due to the ongoing conflict.

How has the communication blackout affected aid deliveries and rescue efforts?

The communication blackout has hampered aid deliveries and rescue efforts in Gaza. With internet and telephone lines down, coordination and communication for aid organizations have become extremely challenging. This has slowed down the distribution of essential supplies and services to those in need and made rescue operations more difficult.

What is the current humanitarian situation in Gaza?

The humanitarian situation in Gaza has been described as a spiraling crisis. The ongoing conflict has displaced a significant portion of the population, with many people seeking shelter in the south. The United Nations’ World Food Program has reported a surge in the number of displaced households experiencing severe hunger, particularly in areas where aid has been unable to enter.

How many casualties have there been in the Gaza Strip during the conflict?

According to the Health Ministry in Gaza, before the communication blackout, the conflict had resulted in more than 18,700 Palestinian casualties. However, it’s important to note that the ministry does not differentiate between civilian and combatant deaths in its count. The exact number of civilian casualties, including women and minors, is not specified in this report.

What is the United States’ stance on the conflict in Gaza?

The United States, as Israel’s closest ally, has expressed concerns about civilian casualties and the future of Gaza. While they have called for the reduction of civilian casualties and increased aid access, the U.S. has continued to support Israel with weapons shipments and diplomatic backing. U.S. officials have also engaged in discussions with Israeli leaders regarding a timetable for ending the intense combat phase of the conflict and increasing aid deliveries to Gaza.

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13 comments

FinanceExpert December 16, 2023 - 9:33 am

So, da U.S. is helpin’ Israel, but also wants more aid in Gaza? Bit of a sticky situation, ain’t it?

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AutoEnthusiast December 16, 2023 - 2:09 pm

Don’t forget ’bout da car market, folks! Even in tough times, cars still matter. Gaza’s gotta deal with dis mess too.

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InfoGeek December 16, 2023 - 4:32 pm

NetBlocks.org sounds interesting, trackin’ internet outages. Wonder what tech challenges dey facin’ during dis blackout?

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Jessie Miller December 16, 2023 - 5:14 pm

wow, this is really tragic… can’t imagine what it’s like living without internet and phone, especially in such a scary situation.

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Peace4All December 16, 2023 - 6:01 pm

War’s a terrible thing, causin’ so much pain and confusion. Hope it ends soon, and folks can rebuild their lives.

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Mark87 December 16, 2023 - 6:53 pm

i heard about the blackout in Gaza but didn’t realize it was this bad, the hunger situation sounds terrible, hope they get help soon.

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PoliticalPundit December 16, 2023 - 8:56 pm

Politics mixed up in all dis, of course. U.S. gotta tread carefully, juggling support and civilian casualties.

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CryptoKing December 16, 2023 - 9:41 pm

Wonder if crypto’s affected in Gaza, too? No internet, must be tough for dem folks. Need more info on dat!

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HumanitarianHeart December 16, 2023 - 10:31 pm

Sad to hear ’bout da hunger crisis. Hope aid can get through soon to help those sufferin’.

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TommyTechGuy December 17, 2023 - 2:32 am

Is the tech really down completely? how’s that even possible in 2023… poor people, hope they fix it soon.

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Journalist101 December 17, 2023 - 3:13 am

Wow, dis is sum serious stuff hapnin’ in Gaza, y’all. Communication blackout sounds bad, slows down help. War’s been goin’ on 11 weeks, ain’t good at all.

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SandraPeaceLover December 17, 2023 - 9:03 am

The death toll is heartbreaking… and now with journalists getting hurt, it’s even worse. When will all this end?

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Karen_in_FL December 17, 2023 - 11:16 am

this is why we need more peace in the world, all these innocent people suffering it’s just not right, governments need to do more…

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