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Sunday, June 28, 2009

How Europe would administer the Gaza Strip

This is from an interview with Jan Kohout, foreign minister of the Czech Republic, which is one of the EU countries that is considered 'friendly' to Israel:
Asked what the EU expected of Israel as far as the opening of crossings into Gaza, Kohout said that more humanitarian goods and supplies should be allowed to pass through.

"From what I understand, there are some 800 items being requested in Gaza and only 90 of them are being allowed through," he said. "What we are asking for is to open the crossings for humanitarian goods, and then supervision from UNRWA and other NGOs, to act as monitoring bodies, to make sure items like cement and steel are being used for reconstruction efforts and not the building of rockets."
UNRWA? The people who knowingly hire terrorists? They want to trust UNRWA to ensure that steel and cement go for construction and not for rockets? Good luck with that.


At 11:04 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Just what exactly do the Europeans think Hamas is? A social welfare agency for the Palestinians? Good luck with trying to change their attitude towards Israel.

What could go wrong indeed

At 1:09 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

Kohout is a leftist, and pushes from EU are huge. Do you remeber on Schwarzenberg? Who is a subrscriber of Tom Gross.


But don't affraid he is going to win next elections (septemer) and Czech Presidency will soon end, so expect the same support from the Czech rep. as in 48...


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