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Rushdi Abu Alouf

Error (Los Angeles Times, Noga Tarnopolsky and Rushdi Abu Alouf, 2/7/18): In what the Israeli army is calling an indication of the dramatic drop in Gazans' purchasing power, the number of supply trucks entering the strip weekly from Israel has recently gone from an average of 900 to about 300.

Correction (2/20/18): This article incorrectly says the number of supply trucks entering the Gaza Strip from Israel has gone from 900 to 300 weekly. The figures are for daily crossings.

Error (Los Angeles Times, Kate Shuttleworth and Rushdi Abu Alouf, 3/13/16): The last missile attack from the Gaza Strip was in October 2015.

Correction (3/15/16): Gaza airstrikes: In the March 13 Section A, an article about a retaliatory airstrike by Israel reported that four missiles fired from the Gaza Strip into Israel last week were the first such projectiles fired since October. The missiles were the first since October to prompt an Israeli response that led to Palestinian deaths.

Fact: For details about the multiple Gaza rocket attacks against Israel since October 2015, including two each in November, December and January, see here.