security before freedom or freedom before security. Israel could have it both ways actually, if they allow a third party to inspect the goods at sea prior to entering gaza. The UN could verify all contents at sea from coastal ships off of say cyprus or even from israel proper but israel prefers confiscating all goods then deciding slowly what products pasta or cilantro or cement or wheelchairs may enter and in what quantities. If israel prefers to play its pariah role, so be it. The ships will keep coming, soon israel will need half its army on patrol crafts monitoring gaza waters to prevent spaghetti and wheelchairs from being delivered. I will be very interested to see the price tag of the future anti-spaghetti fleet!
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