People need food and medicine on daily basis. Computers, you buy them every 5 years or so. A computer can serve you more than 5 years. Food and medicine, you can only use them once, and run out of them very quick. In a sense, using the computer is a "service", not a commodity. Not all Gazans have money to buy a computer, they usually use it at their universities, schools (for free), or at an Internet cafe (2 shekels an hour or so). Btw, they could have bought the computer a long time before the blockade, or they might have got it from the underground tunnels. And yes, they are suffering. Their basic human rights is denied.
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