"Statistics" by PA propaganda bureau do not show malnutrition - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Dr. L. Brnd
    • 11.04.07 | 22:59 (IDT)

    A completely phony claim of malnutrition by a bunch of statisticians more interested in propaganda than child health. He claims increased "chronic chronic" (twice as bad?) malnutrition but a decrease in "acute" malnutrition occurring over the last 2 years. It doesn't even make any goddam sense. No doubt, this is the fault of the "boycott" of the Hamas regime. If you want to see real malnutrition, you don't need the PA Bureau of Statistics, you just need to look at pictures of the Darfur children being starved to death by their Arab government -- and then, for contrast, look at the many pictures of obviously well-fed, well-dressed Arab punks throwing rocks at Israeli soldiers. Malnutrition, my ass. Just crass Hamas propaganda. Since half the population is under 16, and half over, maybe these crappy Palestinian parents should share their food with their kids instead of eating it all -- since the PA Bureau of Statistics reports no adult malnutrition whatsoever. What a screwed up society!

    from the article: Poll: 10% of Palestinian children have lasting malnutrition effects
    First published 00:00 11.04.07 | Last updated 00:00 11.04.07
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