Another example "It depends on how you look at it. People are not starving in Gaza"... Then he discusses the smuggler economy that ha developed and boomed and which he notes, incidentally helps Hamas financially then wait, if my math and French is correct, percent means out of the total represented by one hundred equal parts, and if he is correct in his assertion, the abovementioned discussion applies to 20% of the population, while, "...Eighty percent of the people in Gaza are essentially dependent on outside food aid, either from UNWRA or the World Food Program. Not because there isn't food in the shops - there is - but they can't afford it" well then what does that mean if his first statement,(noted in opening) is correct 80percent on handouts are "not starving" and have "not unreasonable" (synonym reasonable) medical care, and the 20 percent are even better off.
Suspected Islamist militants attack Mali UN base, several dead (Reuters)
from the article: UN official to Haaretz: Israel 'nourishing despair' in Gaza