Ed Driscoll

Scenes from a Mall

Scenes from a Gaza mall, that is: As the Israelly Cool blog notes, “here are images they do not want you to see”, so definitely click over to see spiffy Gaza Center in all its glory, as this text description doesn’t do it justice:

The Gaza Center for shopping the first shopping mall in the Gaza Strip is owned by a group of partners, investors, and consists of the Mall of two levels: the ground is a fast-food restaurant and hypermarket has all the needs of the family and institutions, while the upper floor is dedicated to clothes, shoes, accessories, jewelry, children’s games

Where the center is characterized by many advantages, namely:

1 – Location: It is located in the sand beside a mosque near the bottom of the Treasure Tower blessing

2 – Air-conditioning: the center is equipped with central units adjustment

3 – Service Delivery: The center provides the customers to connect all their needs to the house for free

4 – Parking: the Centre has a car park below the tower can be used shopper

5 – Men’s Security: Provider of the Centre security men on 24-hour

6 – surveillance cameras: Centre equipped with the latest surveillance cameras and alarms

7 – reception: is characterized by the center staffed reception and a protocol to guide customers

8 – Deposit: The center has a dedicated place to put the secretariats of clients and arms

After a tough day of shopping at the Gaza Center, and miming the role of a beleaguered refugee down at the Pallywood studios, why not stop by Roots the Club for dinner, to complete the entire huddled, starving masses experience?