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Eintrag #73, 29.07.2010, 20:00 Uhr

Gaza - Welche Blockade?!

... man muss wohl wirklich selbst vor Ort gewesen sein, um das unfassbare Leid, welches der ägyptische Reporter Ashraf Abu Al-Houl in Gaza dokumentiert hat zu begreifen ...

Al-Ahram [ägyptische Tageszeitung - 17.07.2010]

Für alle die nicht der arabischen Sprache mächtig sind oder gerade keinen arabisch sprechenden Kollegen an der Hand haben, hier die Übersetzung.

Zitat
A sense of absolute prosperity prevails, as manifested by the grand resorts along and near Gaza's coast. Further, the sight of the merchandise and luxuries filling the Gaza shops amazed me. Merchandise is sold more cheaply than in Egypt, although most of it is from the Egyptian market, and there are added shipping costs and costs for smuggling it via the tunnels – so that it could be expected to be more expensive.
Before I judge by appearances, which can be misleading... [I would like to point out that] I toured the new resorts, most of which are quite grand, as well as the commercial markets, to verify my hypothesis. The resorts and markets have come to symbolize prosperity, and prove that the siege is formal or political, not economic. The reality [in Gaza] proves that the siege was broken even before Israel's crime against the ships of the Freedom Flotilla in late May; everything already was coming into the Gaza Strip from Egypt. If this weren't the case, businessmen would not have been able to build so many resorts in under four months.


Soso. Das ist also das, was der Welt von Organisationen wie der IHH und UNRWA als humanitäre Katastrophe verkauft wird.

Wer kann überhaupt diesen unfassbaren Luxus trotz der angeblichen Blockade aus dem Boden stampfen und profitiert von der ganzen Völlerei? Ach ja ... wer wohl?

Zitat
Several months ago, Gaza had only one luxury resort, Zahrat Al-Madain. Today, another one opens up every day, such as Crazy Water, Aqua Park, and Al-Bustan. Most of them are owned by members, or associates, of Hamas. In addition, the Hamas municipalities [also] charge high fees, in Gaza terms, for the use of public beaches.


So sehr liegt also den Hamas-Terroristen das Volk in Gaza am Herzen, welches lt. UN angeblich immer noch zu 80% auf Hilfslieferungen der UNRWA angewiesen ist. Profit geht eben immer noch vor.
Vor allem wenn man der Welt gleichzeitig gebetsmühlenartig vor jammern kann, dass die bösen Juden schuldig an der "humanitären Katastrophe" sind.
 

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