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Friday, January 16, 2009

A picture says 1000 words

This is a picture of starvation in Gaza on Wednesday, January 14, 2009.

Hat Tip: Dr. Rusty via Shy Guy.

Better call Cynthia McKinney and order a couple more yachts of food.

For those who read Hebrew, here's an interview with an Italian journalist in Gaza who confirms that there is no 'starvation' and no 'humanitarian crisis' (Hat Tip: M). I haven't got time to translate today, but if anyone else wants to, please feel free to send it to me and I will post it.


At 9:02 AM, Blogger Findalis said...

With such starvation they should get heartburn to last for years.

At 9:49 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

As Carl would no doubt agree, the one thing that has been remarkable in all that staged fauxtography, lies and spin from the enemy, is the absence of pictures of starving Palestinians. You can be sure that if Israel was actually perpetrating "genocide" you'd see one. Israel is the first country and perhaps the only one in history to see to it that food and other necessities of life are being delivered to an enemy population. Israel has nothing to be ashamed of in this war. As to who has treated the Palestinians with dignity and respect, its not been Hamas, which has abandoned them to their fate. Instead of being censured, Israel should be getting praise from the world. Still, doing the right thing regardless of what others think, is its own reward as well as a merit before G-d.

At 10:23 AM, Blogger Joe said...


Please scroll through the following images.


This is the "Warsaw Ghetto" that the Arabs live in in Gaza.

Those pictures were from 2005 following the disengagement...

At 8:24 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

A friend of mine's brother recently returned from Gaza. He said, "... most of the homes he was in over there are/were nicer than any of the homes he's seen in Israel.

villas, jacuzzis, sattelite tv's...all of them.

said there were some awful bedouin towns, but that it was NO refugee camp - if so Tel Aviv is one too


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