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Sunday, May 04, 2008

Hamas orchestrates the starvation of the 'Palestinian people'

The IDF was forced by continuous shelling from Hamas to stop deliveries of fuel at Nahal Oz and food and other essentials at the Karni crossing today. Not that it matters much anyway. For the past several days, Hamas has been hijacking all of the food and fuel supplies away from the 'Palestinian people' for its own use.
Police said that approximately 50 trucks of supplies were forced to turn back as a result of the barrage.

Meanwhile, Hamas has started using police cars to ferry around Palestinians because of severe fuel shortages.

Orange stickers reading, "We are ready to drive you for free," were affixed to blue units of the Hamas-run police force. [That's one of them at the top of this post. CiJ]

Israel has restricted fuel supplies to Gaza in an attempt to pressure Palestinian terrorists to halt their rocket barrages at nearby Israeli communities.

Although Hamas complains bitterly about fuel shortages, it is widely believed that it has hoarded supplies for its own use - especially now that it is offering its vehicles to ferry people for free.

However many residents, hit by lack of other transport, were just grateful for the service.

Suzan Salman, 48, used one of the police cars to take her to a downtown hospital, where her daughter had just given birth. "It's good that we have somebody who cares about us," the grandmother said.

"We are here to serve our people," said Mohammed Hamza, a 25-year-old Hamas policeman.

However, one Gaza resident, a 33-year-old man who gave his name only as Jamal, refused the offer, saying it was a publicity stunt. He blamed Hamas for the fuel shortages.

"They want to fool the people," he said, declining to give his last name for fear of reprisals from the terrorist group. "They are trying make the people forget who is behind our suffering."
Unfortunately, most of 'the people' and most of the world have been fooled and have already forgotten.


At 8:13 PM, Blogger Findalis said...

Let them starve. I look at the pictures of the children of Gaza, they don't look like they are suffering. When they start looking like the children that we saw in the 80's from Ethiopia, then they can cry "starvation".

Until then, just ignore them. They want the world to give them free hand outs.

At 10:55 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

The Israeli government has fooled itself. Its contemptuous response to the murder of Jews is to strengthen the enemy's fiber and morale. The so-called boycott of Gaza is a sad joke.


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