After a ~7 hour outage, Paltel reports that #Internet connectivity has been restored in the southern #Gaza strip. Cloudflare observed a significant drop in traffic across multiple governorates between 08:30-15:30 UTC (11:30 - 18:30 local time).

A reported #Internet outage in #Gaza is visible in @Cloudflare data between 12:00 - 16:30 UTC. Rafah and Gaza governorates appear to have recovered, while connectivity remains down in Deir al-Balah. Khan Yunis has remained offline since the previous outage on March 6.

The Paltel #Internet outage in #Gaza is now entering its 8th day, after reporting a loss of telecom services on Friday, January 12. Of the multiple Paltel outages observed since the conflict began in October 2023, this is the longest one to date.

For the third time in the last ten days, #Gaza is experiencing an #Internet disruption. This outage began at 1615 UTC (1815 local time) on November 5. In a Facebook post, Paltel stated "We regret to announce a complete disruption of all communication and internet services with the Gaza Strip, due to the previously reconnected major routes being exposed to the Israeli side."

A second multi-hour #Internet disruption occurred in #Gaza this morning. Beginning around 0100 UTC on November 1, the outage lasted 8+ hours. PalTel reported that it was "due to international routes that were previously reconnected being cut off again."

October 27 update: #Internet connectivity in #Gaza continues to decline, with Netstream (AS56995) losing connectivity yesterday, and with Internet disuptions evident in several Gaza Strip governorates starting around 1500 UTC today.

October 16 UPDATE. #Israel #Palestine #Gaza conflict. Most of the Gaza Strip governorates continue to see Internet disruptions, but there hasn't been a notable drop in Internet traffic in the past few days. The Gaza Strip governorates most impacted (compared with pre-conflict levels) by Internet disruptions are (on October 16, at ~14:00 UTC): - Deir al-Balah Governorate: ~80% lower Internet traffic - Gaza Governorate: ~60% lower Internet traffic - Rafah Governorate: ~65% lower Internet traffic