#Internet connectivity in #Gaza remained generally available this past week,except for an outage that occurred Sunday into Monday. However, Paltel warns that communication & Internet services may stop on Thursday, November 16 due to lack of fuel.

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