At the end of last year, in particular, after the fourth of November 2008 the crossing points were closed. Wheat was denied access into the Strip. Fortunately, the flourmill had a reserve. This reserve was about 9,000 tons of wheat.... We continued working with this quantity from the fourth of November until the day of the war, on the 27th of December 2008. One week or ten days before the start of the war, all the other flourmills in Gaza no longer had any wheat, and the concentration of flour for the whole need of the Gaza Strip was only from our factory, from Al-Bader Flour Mill... As for the targeting, it is because a flourmill that is working. There were four flourmills that were not producing and were not targeted... The other mills were not producing because they had run out of flour, not because they were mechanically inoperable. ALL the raw wheat/flour Gaza imports comes from Israel, which sent over 14,000 tons to Gaza during Cast Lead.
High Court: Illegal West Bank homes to be demolished (Haaretz)
from the article: Report: UN evidence counters Israel's account of Gaza war