Given the realities of trans-Egyptian smuggling (not usually condemned as a "siege") and Israeli sanctioned humanitarian aid--notwithstanding that the roster of goods incoming to Gaza could be ramped up given means to prevent Hamas and Islamist infiltrators riding transport on the way back out--this is not currently a "starvation siege" on an "open prison".
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U.S. Army Gen. says individuals closest to Kunduz hospital strike suspended from duties (Reuters)
from the article: In Gaza, UN chief calls Israel siege 'unsustainable and wrong'