I am a danish student, and In september i will travel to the west bank to work in a refugee camp in the city of Ramallah. In the weekends i will be off duty, and are planning to visit several palestinian cities and maybe som israeli aswell. The most important place for me to visit would be Gaza, so does anyone have the slightest idea of who to contact, to be able to enter? Im well aware that the situation in Gaza is very tence at the moment, but since both sides has agreed to a peace agreement, i figured it might be possible.
I have a girl friend in gaza and was looking forward to marry her this year, but due to war i am going under stress and find it difficult to travel. Please tell me how to visit gaza and get her away with me after marriage.
hello i am a us citizen 17 years old with my mother and 6 siblings all us citizens we wish to leave Gaza and go back to the states but the Rafah border crossing isn't opening and when it does it doesn't allow all people to leave and we have been trying to leave Gaza to return to the states but we cant can the us consulate in Jerusalem help us or the embassy in Cairo or not because our dad is in the states and we wish to leave but we cant
I want to come to live with a family in Gaza. I am from the USA. I understand I need an invitation from an NGO, but have no idea on how to do this, who to ask. I have many skills that I could supply to an NGO during my long term stay.
I would appreciate any help.
How do i Enter the Gaza Strip in the best way? Will i get Problems in Israel if i go there afterwards? Is it in any way dangerous?
Hi.Could you please tell how to obtain VISA for Gaza Strip (which way and by which site)? I have a passport of Belarus , Russian neigbour.Thanks.
From reading I see that I might be able to come in from Egypt when the border is open. I wish to visit to research history from a local view in order to write a book about Gaza history, Is it possible to rent a modest room in a family home? How long could I stay with a typical visa? I am studying Arabic but want to know if I can get by with English as well. Also, is it safe for a single old person, i.e., not likely I'd be kidnapped or killed? Sorry if that is insulting but better to ask than to wonder.
I'm from Jordan i have Jordanian passport also my family.
i want to come to Gaza with my father and mother to propose for a girl there from her family ( this Tradition ) ?
is it possible to enter there?
if yes, what is the possible to get there Airlines or car ,,, ?
I need to fly a filmmaker from Gaza to Austin, Texas for a film festival. I have no idea what paperwork I might need or where to start. Can someone help? The festival is in three weeks. I am not sure how long paperwork would take.
I am an Egyptian/Canadian who lives in Canada. I am visiting Egypt in 3 weeks and I would like to go to Gaza while I am in Egypt. I been told that it is very hard to get a permission to enter Gaza from Rafah border. Can anyone tell me what exactly do I need to cross Rafah border from Egypt?
I am American born, and i have family in gaza strip, i plan to go to there this summer with my family, but they have Palestinian and American citizenships, and i only have american. so is there any way i can get in???
Hi... I have someone in Gaza, well, who will have to return to Gaza within the time period of 3-4 years after college, and I am wondering how I would be able to make it into Gaza. Even if not known what the future will have as in laws, what is the chance do you think? And what would I be needing to look forward to, during the process of actually making it into Gaza? I want to go to Gaza, nowhere else. I am Canadian, going there for personal reasons (the man I am with).
Salam W Alaikum
Peace be unto you
I wish to know of any way to enter the Gaza Strip/West Bank coming from the United States.
Whether it is with a humanitarian convoy or otherwise - any way AT ALL.
I have two citizenships (American & Lebanese) and I was born in the USA
So what should I know before attempting to travel to PALESTINE
Anyone with tips who has been before please contact me as soon as possible
I am planning to go alone but will be willing to go with Humanitarian convoys
Myself and 2 other male friends (Mid 20's from Australia) are heading to Israel in late July for a couple of weeks and really want to go in the Gaza Strip. I want to know what our chances are of doing this and how to go about this? Also how far is it from Tel Aviv? Is it a bus ride, Cab etc.
I also wish to enter Gaza but I am a Canadian and not of Palestinian descent but my three year old son has grandparents there. Can some one give me some concrete advice abut crossing Erez? Is it possible to apply for entry in advance or do you have to gamble at the checkpoint and hope they give you permission?
Can anyone give me some information on how to enter Gaza? I know I have to enter from Israel via Erez. But do I need a special permit? Also, is it better to try to enter alone as a 22 year old female (American Born), or with my mother who was born in Palestine, but is an American citizen (we both have American Passports)? What's the best way to get in? Tell the border control officers that I am visiting family/friends, which is what I want to do...or should I say that I want to meet with a doctor to volunteer because I am premed (I do have connections with a Gazan doctor). Any information or direction would help, thanks =)
What is the actual situation at Rafah border crossing? What do palestinians need to leave from Gaya to Egypt and the buy a plan ticket there?
Hi, I need to go to Gaza next week. Can someone tell me what is the best way to get there? Some people say to fly to Tel Aviv and take a taxi to Gaza but I was told that foreigners are not allowed to cross (Eraz?) into Gaza! Others tell me it is safer to fly to Egypt and cross the border into Gaza! I know that the situation is very unstable in Gaza right now but my company insisted that I go!! Please let me know what you think or give me any other suggestions you may have. Thank you very much. Max
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