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nnnnn the border between israel and the gaza strip a sign of hope for some young palestinians who a year on a still suffering the after effects of war and economic turmoil , for eighteen year old opt out i'll have died knife across the border less than a mile away from his home office an escape from despair in the gaza strip surely there is no work and there is nothing to d. it is boring and life is tough , because of that we want to escape we crossed the fence where there was no one watching that minutes later the israeli military , soldiers arrested us , that trait ended in three months jail before being sent back to gaza , another young man risking its who rami i threw at tommy he's crossing cost him thirty two months in prison finale though i thought i needed to provide for my family pay for renting the house and pay for treating my sister who has cancer and my sick father the world bank says gaza's economy as the wild soi asked with forty three percent unemployed , the area has struggled to recover from last year's bloody war which left some two thousand palestinians dead and many more homeless , the israeli military says a hundred and thirty palestinians attempted to cross the border illegally in the past year preserved in the article usually is teenagers who are apparently looking for some kind of work is not consistent the numbers change they come they cross their courts and as i said it's mostly kids , seems like it's not good for them to live there in gaza at present fifty gazans remaining cost serrated and while young people may not be crossing on mass it points to deep problems in gaza when many see the situation as no fuss than being imprisoned