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GAZA, Nov. 29 (Xinhua) -- Over half year has passed since the May conflict between Israel and Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip, but the reconstruction in the Palestinian coastal enclave has been progressing painfully slow.

The lack of donated funds from Arab and international donors, Israel's restrictions on shipment of construction materials, and the uncertain future about the Israeli-Hamas truce in Gaza are among the reasons behind the slow progress in reconstruction of the Gaza Strip, where about 1,800 housing units were reportedly destroyed and 16,800 others damaged by Israeli airstrikes during the May 10-21 conflict.

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