The party’s over in Gaza

Egypt is now trying, in fits and starts, to crack down on Gazans who are refusing to go back across the border, and the scene is getting ugly: Abid Katib/Getty Images Looks like Hosni Mubarak’s going to need a new PR strategy. For more scenes from the past two days of chaos along the border, ...

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Egypt is now trying, in fits and starts, to crack down on Gazans who are refusing to go back across the border, and the scene is getting ugly:

Abid Katib/Getty Images

Looks like Hosni Mubarak's going to need a new PR strategy. For more scenes from the past two days of chaos along the border, check out FP's new photo essay on Gaza.

Egypt is now trying, in fits and starts, to crack down on Gazans who are refusing to go back across the border, and the scene is getting ugly:

Abid Katib/Getty Images

Looks like Hosni Mubarak’s going to need a new PR strategy. For more scenes from the past two days of chaos along the border, check out FP‘s new photo essay on Gaza.

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