You will not be able to visit Gaza as a tourist - and it has nothing to do with whatever stamps you have in your passport. This holds true whether you attempt to get into Gaza from Israel or from Egypt.
The only way you can get apply for a permit to enter Gaza is as an accredited journalist, a diplomat or staff for an international aid organization.
wow..thanks so much for your prompt reply.
I have been scouring the internet for information on how to get to Gaza. I realise it is near impossible but here and there I have read that people travel to Gaza on business. My question is how does one get to Gaza whether via Tel Aviv or via Cairo? Physically? Do you take a bus/ taxi/ etc, how far is it and what are the costs. Thanks Shani
ShaniPretoria--Please reread response #1. Inasmuch as it is next to impossible there are no buses that go there. Israeli taxis would not be allowed entry and I do believe the same is true for Egyptian taxis. How you would get in and what the costs are --these questions are way in the future. First see if you could even get in ( doubtful) and then you can figure your costs! ( and point of entry)
Unless you have an entry permit as an aid worker, church person, UN personnel, etc. you will not be able to gain entry from Israel. rdglady is right in saying that no Israeli taxis are allowed in - that is true for any and all Israeli vehicles.