The phrase was created in reference to the bloody region in the Middle East with the same name, the Gaza Strip. Although the term has been in common usage for decades, it experienced a resurgence in popularity after recent fighting between Israel and Palestinian over the patch of land. Coincidentally, this coincided with a massive increase in both the popularity of landing strips and unusually heavy menstrual cycles (citation needed). Although the term is typically used when describing a heavy flow, such as that with the consistency of tomato sauce, it can be applied to any situation where a landing strip and period present together.
Troy: You know I did! She had a Gaza Strip and I still went in.
Reggie: Goddamn! Don't be stupid doh, use protection in hostile areas.
Troy: All good homes she's off her period tonight.
Reggie: Peace in the Middle East?
it gets destroyed and bombed everyday.
when you go out you don't know if you are going to the your home or to the grave.
in about 20 days Israel killed more than 3000 innocent people that most of them were kids and women who had never held a gun.
Israelis steal water, sand and even air from the Gaza Strip
"No f***ing way, Union Street is like the bloody Gaza Strip on a Saturday night!"