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Al-Mawasi (Arabic: المواصي) is a Bedouin Palestinian town on the southern coast of the Gaza Strip, approximately one kilometer wide and fourteen kilometers long, that prior to Israel's unilateral disengagement plan in 2005 existed as a Palestinian enclave within the Katif bloc of Israeli settlements. According to the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics, al-Mawasi had a population of 1,409 in mid-year 2006.
- UNICEF Brings Critical Supplies to the Isolated Children of Al-Mawasi
- Al-Mawasi, Gaza Strip: Impossible Life in an Isolated Enclave B'Tselem publication
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