Eid in Gaza: Palestinians celebrate under siege

Some 53 percent of the population live in poverty, that is more than a million people.

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    For Palestinians in Gaza, Eid is also a reminder of being under siege. This Eid marks the beginning of the 12th year of Israel's blockade.

    Life is hard under the blockade, with more than half the population living in poverty.

    Al Jazeera's Imran Khan reports.


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