Settlers prohibit loading trucks into Gaza.
Extremist Israeli settlers banned the entry of dozens of trucks with basic agricultural products and fuel in Gaza through border crossings at Karm Abu Salem, the farthest southeast border of Israel and Gaza, November 11, said the WAFA correspondent.
He said dozens of settlers blocked major roads leading to the Karm Abu Salem intersection and blocked access to trucks containing goods, food, fuel, cooking gas and building materials for Gaza.
Hundreds of trucks are still waiting on the Palestinian border, awaiting the release of truckloads from Israel, but so far there is no use.
Reportedly, Palestinian truck drivers say settlers are ringing the horns of trucks in protest against road signs.
Karm Abu Salem is the only Gaza border that has been allocated to the entry of humanitarian items that are in dire need of food, fuel, gas and cement in densely populated coastal areas. The closure signifies a deterioration of the humanitarian crisis caused by Israeli blockade of the Gaza Strip.