The blockade on the Gaza Strip entered its tenth year. Its devastating effect continues to be felt, under the title of “Collective Punishment” for about two millions. In 2016, there is no essential change on the blockade policy, as access to markets and people’s movement to and from the Gaza Strip remain severely restricted. The economy and its capacity to create jobs has been devastated, with the majority of the population now reliant on humanitarian aids to meet their basic needs. The number of Palestine refugees relying on UNRWA for food assistance has skyrocketed from less than 80,000 in 2000 to the over 900,000 today, and there are other 400 thousand people are deemed to be in need. Moreover, two year have passed after the Israeli aggression, thousands are still homeless after their homes are destroyed.