Bakeries, Gas Stations Close in Gaza

Israeli campaign tries to end rocket attacks

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    Jan. 21: Jordanian women and children chant anti-Israel slogans and hold a Palestinian flag during a demonstration in support for Gaza in Amman, Jordan. A banner reads in Arabic 'The resisting Gaza, your hunger is my hunger.'

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    Jan. 21: Palestinian supporters of the Fatah movement loyal to the Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas burn an Israeli flag during a march in protest at Israeli operations in Gaza Strip, in the West Bank town of Jenin.

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    Jan. 21: A Palestinian child stands next to a closed shop in Salah Ad Din street, east Jerusalem. On east Jerusalem's main Arab commercial street shops were shuttered and streets mostly deserted after traders followed a call for a one-day strike to protest Israel's actions in Gaza.

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    Jan. 21: Palestinian woman walks past a closed shop in Salah Ad Din street, east Jerusalem. On east Jerusalem's main Arab commercial street shops were shuttered and streets mostly deserted after traders followed a call for a one-day strike to protest Israel's actions in Gaza.

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    Jan. 21: Palestinians are seen filling up water in Khan Younis refugee camp, southern Gaza Strip. International food aid to the residents of the Gaza Strip will have to be suspended if an Israeli closure of the coastal territory continues, a U.N. aid agency spokesman said Monday.

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    Jan. 21: Jordanians gathers in front of the Jordanian parliament during a demonstration in support for Gaza in Amman, Jordan. Gaza City awoke Monday to shuttered bread shops and gas stations, prompting officials to warn of a possible humanitarian crisis as Israel pressed ahead with efforts to stop Palestinian rocket fire, refusing to reopen crossings or allow in crucial fuel supplies.

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    Jan. 21: Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert gestures as he speaks at a ceremony announcing the mass production of an electric car with Israeli and French partners, in his Jerusalem office.

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