woensdag 26 mei 2010

Nieuwe Free Gaza vloot op weg om Hamas te steunen

 
Wederom is een vloot met 'mensenrechten-activisten' op weg naar Gaza om de Hamas terroristen de hand te schudden en er lachend mee op de foto te gaan (zie laatste halve minuut van de video). Tegenstrijdig? Volgens Stop de Bezetting (geen link) en andere 'fellow-travellers' van Hamas is de islamitische verzetsbeweging de legitieme en democratisch gekozen regering van de Palestijnen, die er ook eens redelijk goed in slaagt de orde in Gaza te handhaven, en die de corrupte en met de Joden zionisten collaborerende Fatah haar plaats heeft gewezen.
 
Hieronder een video van een Israeli die een en ander verheldert, en daaronder een weerwoord vanuit de Israelische overheid over een onverwachte hulpverlener aan de belegerde bevolking van de Gazastrook.

Wouter
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Dit is wat de Gaza boot activisten steunen...
Waarschuwing: tussen minuut 1 en 2 zijn de beelden nogal bloederig!
 
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·    Since last year's January cease fire, 133 million liters of fuel entered Gaza from Israel - That's more than enough fuel to fill the fuel tank of every car and truck in Israel!

·        Since the ceasefire, well over a million tons of humanitarian supplies entered Gaza from Israel - That's almost a ton of aid for every man woman and child in Gaza.

·         Israel transfers food, medicines, clothing and school-books for all Gazans, but Hamas demands concrete for its reinforced bunkers, from which they will be able to continue to fire rockets at Israeli schools and hospitals.  Nevertheless, despite the need to restrict the supply of building materials for this reason, Israel has this week allowed 6 trucks loaded with 250 tons of cement, one truck loaded with 5 tons of iron and 15 trucks loaded with gravels to enter Gaza for building projects operated and executed by UNRWA.

·        Israel transfers 15,000 tons of real aid to Gaza each and every week – so a flotilla claiming to carry 10,000 tons of concrete is clearly about a different agenda.

·        International aid groups send their aid to Gaza through the Israeli humanitarian pipeline, while publicity seekers merely exploit the humanitarian agenda to promote their own media stunts.

·        In 2009 alone, 10,544 patients and their companions left the Gaza Strip for medical treatment in Israel.

·        Humanitarian aid flows into Gaza daily, except when the crossings are rocketed by the Hamas regime.

·        In 2009, 21,200 international organization staff members entered the Gaza Strip, and some 4,883 tons of medical equipment and medicine were brought in.

·        In a typical week the IDF coordinates the transfer of hundreds of trucks containing about 15,000 tons of supplies: during the week of May 18, 2010 there were 65 trucks of fruit and vegetables; 22 truckloads of sugar, some 27 truckloads of meat, poultry and fish; and 40 trucks of dairy products and more than 100 truckloads of animal food.

·        During the first quarter of 2010 some 553 tons or 40 trucks of milk powder and baby food were shipped to the Strip. One hundred and eight trucks of rice, 164 trucks of clothing and shoes, 1,115 trucks of wheat and 1,753 trucks of various food products including vegetables and cheese went through. These items were channeled through aid organizations or via the private sector.

·        In 2009, more than 738,000 tons of food and supplies entered Gaza.  During holidays, Israel increases transfers. During the Muslim feast Eid al-Adha, Israel shipped some 11,000 head of cattle into the Strip.

·        Israel is now coordinating the transfer of 200,000 laptops for Gaza schoolchildren.

Maintaining Medical Aid for all in Need  

·        No Palestinian is denied medical care in Israel.  Israel maintains a corridor for the transfer of medical patients out of Gaza, and about 200 medical staff go through the crossings every month.

·        Israel helps coordinate the transfer of Jordanian doctors into Gaza.

·        In 2009 alone, 10,544 patients and their companions left the Gaza Strip for medical treatment in Israel.

·        The Israeli Hadassah Medical Organization in Jerusalem donates $3 million in aid annually to treat Palestinians in Israel.

·        Since 2005, Palestinians exploited medical care arrangements more than 20 times to carry out terror attacks.

·        In the first quarter of 2010, Israel shipped 152 trucks of medical supplies and equipment into Gaza.

        A new CAT scan machine was recently shipped to Gaza.

·        In a typical week (in May 2010), some 37 truckloads of hygiene products were shipped to Gaza.

·        In 2009, 21,200 international organization staff members entered the Gaza Strip, and some 4,883 tons of medical equipment and medicine were brought in.

 

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