Having the recent incident with the shooting of the people on the flotilla. I decided to find out just what exactly is banned from the Gaza Strip. After all the argument I was told, if they have nothing that is banned on the list, it can be brought in. http://gisha.org/UserFiles/File/HiddenMessages/ItemsGazaStrip060510.pdf As from the link: Some of the things on this list: Chocolate, Ginger, potato chips, biscuits, fresh meat, wood for construction, fishing rods, sheets for huts, fabric (for clothing), musical instruments, writing implements, newspapers, toys, heaters, cattle, and sewing machines. Can someone tell me how these things are a threat to Israel and not merely just trying to break the will of the people living in the Gaza Strip? It makes no sense to me on level. They also have banned iron, and cement along with wood for construction. Which means materials to upgrade/build homes or fix homes are harder to come by. What do you think USMB?