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An Odd Hierarchy of License Plates in Gaza

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Raeed el-Sa'ati

Raeed el-Sa'ati, owner of the Ekhlas Driving School, explains the hierarchy of license plates in Gaza. Julia Buckley, NPR hide caption

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The local government in Gaza issues a unique kind of license plate: one for stolen cars. Driving school owner Raeed el-Sa'ati decodes the region's vehicle license plates.

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