Rubble left after Israeli airstrikes is being used to repair roads and rebuild houses in coastal enclave
Palestinians in Gaza have developed an industry that recycles twisted steel bars and smashed-up concrete from bombed structures as a way to rebuild the coastal enclave.
In a trapped society living under persistent attack, the reuse of materials has become a vital part of a construction sector flailing under the strain of an Israeli-Egyptian blockade that severely restricts imports.
Since 2007 we’ve had a lot of work. It’s busier during wartime