Palesteenian Dysfunction Reaches New Level

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    GAZA CITY (Ma’an) -- The health ministry in Gaza said Thursday that 36 ambulances were offline due to the fuel crisis.

    Spokesman Adham Abu Salmiya said the ambulances were parked because the ministry has run out of fuel needed to power them.

    The shortage comes despite a deal announced Tuesday by the Palestine Electricity Company Egypt to provide gas to Gaza.

    Palestine Electricity Company director in Gaza Walid Saad Sayil signed the agreement with the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation in Cairo on behalf of the Ramallah-based Palestinian Authority.

    Sayil told reporters that Egyptian technicians have been instructed to conduct surveys to find the best route for a network of pipelines to transport gas from Sheikh Zweid to the Rafah crossing on Gaza's border.
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