#100; Dutch, WHAT SUFFERING? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Mark from Georgia
    • 08.01.10 | 22:10 (IST)

    First, there has never been a single Gazan death reported because of starvation. Second, Israel routinely sends in medical supplies. Third, Palestinians again, routinely are treated at Israeli hospitals. Forth, fuel is sent into Gaza all the time (Hamas steals 60% of it) then sells what is left over to the highest bidder. How many time has Hamas intercepted and turned back Israeli convoys of humanitarian aid? Do the Palestinians that live in Gaza have it tough? Absolutely! The self inflicted nature of the crisis (i.e. stealing fuel and not giving it the hospitals, turning back supplies, failing to abide by agreements NOT to attack Israel etc.) all lend itself to the fabricated nature of the "crisis". Mostly Pallywood doing what they do at the expense of their people. Bottom Line: Blame Hamas.

    from the article: Israel hits Gaza for second time in 24 hours after mortar barrage
    First published 10:33 07.01.10 | Last updated 10:34 08.01.10
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