Discussion in 'Israel and Palestine' started by P F Tinmore, Apr 30, 2010.
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Hamas collective punishment...
Hamas Execution of Fatah Members in Gaza - Road90
BRUSSELS, (PIC)-- Prefabricated homes and relief material would be among the assistance sent to Gaza Strip aboard a flotilla of ships, the European campaign to end the siege on Gaza said in a statement on Saturday.
The Brussels-based campaign said many international media outlets would take part in the sea journey to Gaza including the European "euronews".
Member of the campaign Mazen Abu Kuhail said that major western media channels would cover the event, noting that live broadcast would accompany the trip.
Prefabricated homes aboard flotilla to Gaza
In 2009, 760,000 tons (30,600 truckloads) of humanitarian commodities were transferred to Gaza.
115,000 tons (5,200 truckloads) of food and 5,000 tons (570 truckloads) of medical equipment and medicine were delivered to Gaza.
10,544 Pallie patients, many of whom are terrorist sympathizers, and their families received medical treatment in Israel.
21,200 international aid and other staff members entered Gaza.
1,500,000 liters of heavy diesel were imported for Gazas power station and 3,300,000 liters of fuel and diesel were transferred for UN activities.
During the Gaza war, Israel made unprecedented efforts for the administration of humanitarian aid, including 1,500 truckloads of humanitarian aid and 45 ambulances entered the Gaza Strip.
125 IDF humanitarian officers were deployed to coordinate humanitarian efforts in combat zones, allowing for the evacuation of 1,300 Palestinians from combat zones, 400 medical evacuations and 40 deployments of infrastructure repair teams.
As part of its humanitarian efforts, Israel deployed an unprecedented measure, initiating a daily humanitarian break for 3 hours, during which the IDF took enemy fire from Hamas.
H1N1 (Swine Flu): As part of the assistance given to the PA, meetings were held between Israeli and Palestinian health officials to prepare for an epidemic in the Gaza Strip. 3 patients left Gaza for medical care in Israeli hospitals and 44,500 doses of vaccine were transferred to Gaza by the World Health Organization.
2 elevators for hospitals in the Gaza Strip were transferred in 2009.
Mammogram equipment for breast cancer diagnosis and the first CT machine were transferred into Gaza hospitals.
Over the years, Israel has tried to keep humanitarian infrastructure issues separate from the conflict. Israel works with the PA water authority, assisting it by sharing knowledge and experience and coordinating the transfer of equipment for the Gazas water and sewage systems.
100 truckloads of equipment for water and sewage systems, as well as 3,700 tons of chloride for water purification were transferred.
Gaza Wastewater Treatment Plant Project: In 2009, 50 truckloads of equipment entered Gaza for the project, which improved the level of wastewater in the Beit Lahiya lagoon.
In 2009, Israel continued to supply electricity to the Gaza Strip from its Ashkelon power station.
In addition, 40 truckloads of equipment for the maintenance of the electricity network were transferred.
Maintenance work was conducted on Gazas power station.
Oover 100 million liters of diesel were delivered to the power station.
45 truckloads of equipment for communication systems were delivered to Gaza.
A 30 ton generator engine was delivered to Gaza.
A 1 ton turbine engine was delivered.
Approximately $300 million was transferred to the Gaza Strip to fund salaries and the activities of international organizations.
Approximately $10 million of worn banknotes were replaced.
In February 2010, $80 million were transferred to the Bank of Israel, in conjunction with a request by the Palestinian Monetary Fund.
Israel and the PA reached an agreement on the transfer of social security payments and pensions to beneficiaries in Gaza who have worked in Israel. The money will be transfered to Palestinian banks in the West Bank, then the PA will deliver the money to beneficiaries in Gaza.
International organizations operating in Gaza have an important role in the humanitarian efforts in Gaza.
International staff entered the Gaza Strip: 21,200 foreign staff members and over 400 diplomatic delegations entered Gaza. 2,200 Palestinian staff members exited the Gaza Strip.
147 students exited the Gaza Strip for academic studies abroad, according to requests made by the international community.
Erez Crossing held a convention to mark the end of 2009 with the heads of international organizations operating in Gaza. Meetings of the joint coordination forum are held with representatives of the international community.
Equipment for UN's summer camps, including arts-and-craft materials, swimming pools, ice-cream machines, music instruments and sport games were transferred to Gaza.
Israel approved humanitarian efforts for the benefit of Gazans, including the export of flowers and strawberries from Gaza as part of a joint project with the Dutch government. Since the beginning of the projects implementation, more than 7 million flowers and 54 tons of strawberries were exported.
370 Christians exited Gaza to spend Christmas in Israel and Bethlehem,
while 100 Christians exited Gaza to participate in the Popes visit to the Holy Land in May 2009.
17 representatives exited Gaza to participate in Fatahs 6th Convention in Bethlehem.
3,600 tons of glass (100 truckloads) were transferred to Gaza. This project will continue during 2010.
11,000 heads of cattle were brought into Gaza for the Ramadan and Eid al-Adha holidays.
The Palestinian football team left Gaza for training and friendship games in the West Bank and abroad.
Do your homework, ignoramus.
The world community V the international community.
This should be interesting.
The same world community that turned its back on the genocide of millions in Nazi Germany and the same international community turning its back on the current genocide of millions in Sudan and Darfur by IslamoNazis?
Bravo for their moral courage.
The same world community that turned its back on the genocide of millions in Nazi Germany and the same international community turning its back on the current genocide of millions of Christians and Muslims in Sudan and Darfur by IslamoNazis?
Bravo for their moral courage:
Link to some of your posts about Sudan, or is this just deflection?
Separate names with a comma.