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"Biedni ludzie". (Nie według Dostojewskiego) 
18th-Jan-2009 02:11 pm
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Mieszkańcy Gazy, oraz wybrany przez nich rząd HAMASu, twierdzą, że ich ciągłe ataki na Izrael, są spowodowane rozpaczliwą sytuacją, w której się znalazły z powodu Izraelskiej okupacji oraz blokady strefy Gazy.
Cały świat współczuje głodującym mieszkańcom Gazy, ich skrajniej nędze, i opłakanemu stanu infrastruktury (nie teraz, rzecz jasna, przed wojną), i daje, daje pieniądze,  żywność, inną pomoc humanitarną, oraz zmusza Izrael do nieodpłatnego zaopatrzenia strefy Gazy w wodę, prąd, paliwo.
Między innymi, moim kosztem, bo w tym roku:
a) wzrosły ceny wody
b) zakazali podlewanie ogródków przydomowych
Już nie mówię o cenach prądu!
A więc, że by nie było żadnych wątpliwości co do katastrofalnej sytuacji w Gazie przed początkiem operacji "Płynny ołów", proszę spojrzeć na to oto zdjęcie:


Gaza, 1948 rok. (Państwo Izrael ma mniej niż rok)

A oto chałupy i  slumsy na tle przerażającej biedy:









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GAZA CITY, GAZA - SEPTEMBER 01: Palestinians shop in the popular Alzaoya market, in the first day of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, on September 01, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, a month of purification where Muslims fast from dawn to sunset, seeking a higher level of spiritual consciousness through self restraint and good deeds. (Photo by Abid Katib/Getty Images)

Palestinians shop for food at a market, the day before the start of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, in Gaza City on August 30, 2008. Muslims around the world are gearing up for the holy month of Ramadan next week. For the duration month, Muslims are required to abstain from food, drink and sex from dusk till dawn as life slips into a lower gear during the day, and activity peaks between 'iftar', the breaking of the fast at sunset, and 'suhur', the last meal of the day before sunrise. AFP PHOTO/MAHMUD HAMS (Photo credit should read MAHMUD HAMS/AFP/Getty Images)

GAZA CITY, GAZA - SEPTEMBER 01: Palestinians shop in the popular Alzaoya market, in the first day of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, on September 01, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, a month of purification where Muslims fast from dawn to sunset, seeking a higher level of spiritual consciousness through self restraint and good deeds. (Photo by Abid Katib/Getty Images)

GAZA CITY, GAZA - SEPTEMBER 01: Palestinians shop in the popular Alzaoya market, in the first day of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, on September 01, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, a month of purification where Muslims fast from dawn to sunset, seeking a higher level of spiritual consciousness through self restraint and good deeds. (Photo by Abid Katib/Getty Images)

TO GO WITH ADEL ZAANOUN STORY Palestinians shop at a market in Gaza City ahead of Islam's holy month of Ramadan, 09 September 2007 in Gaza City. Islam's holy month of Ramadan will begin on September 12 or 13 in the Middle East depending on the sighting of the crescent moon, regional religious authorities said. AFP PHOTO/ MAHMUD HAMS (Photo credit should read MAHMUD HAMS/AFP/Getty Images)

GAZA CITY, GAZA - SEPTEMBER 23: Palestinians shop in the Alzaoya market on the first day of the fasting holy month of Ramadan September 23, 2006 in Gaza City, Gaza Strip. Muslims throughout the world are celebrating Ramadan, a time for spiritual reflection, prayers and fasting where practicing Muslims do not eat, drink, smoke or have sex between sunrise and sunset for 30 days. (Photo by Abid Katib/Getty Images) *** Local Caption ***

GAZA CITY, GAZA - SEPTEMBER 23: Palestinians shop in the Alzaoya market on the first day of the fasting holy month of Ramadan September 23, 2006 in Gaza City, Gaza Strip. Muslims throughout the world are celebrating Ramadan, a time for spiritual reflection, prayers and fasting where practicing Muslims do not eat, drink, smoke or have sex between sunrise and sunset for 30 days. (Photo by Abid Katib/Getty Images) *** Local Caption ***

GAZA CITY, GAZA - SEPTEMBER 23: Palestinians shop in the Alzaoya market on the first day of the fasting holy month of Ramadan September 23, 2006 in Gaza City, Gaza Strip. Muslims throughout the world are celebrating Ramadan, a time for spiritual reflection, prayers and fasting where practicing Muslims do not eat, drink, smoke or have sex between sunrise and sunset for 30 days. (Photo by Abid Katib/Getty Images) *** Local Caption ***

GAZA CITY, : Women shop for rucksacks for their children who will shortly be starting the new school year in Gaza city, 21August 2006. Since Hamas won elections the Palestinian authority has been unable to pay its 160,000 civil servants and principal employer due to the suspension of financial aid by western countries. This has had a knock on effect with many families being unable to afford the school fees, books and uniforms for their children. AFP PHOTO /MAHMUD HAMS (Photo credit should read MAHMUD HAMS/AFP/Getty Images)

GAZA CITY, -: A Palestinian man waits for costumers at his vegetable shop in Gaza City, 11 April 2006. As European Union foreign ministers approved a decision to suspend aid to the Palestinian Authority, Mahmud Abbas called on the international community to end its 'unfair' treatment of his people and instead help them realise their dream of independence. AFP PHOTO/MAHMUD HAMS (Photo credit should read MAHMUD HAMS/AFP/Getty Images)



GAZA CITY, -: A veiled Palestinian woman walks at a fashion shopping area of Gaza City 29 January 2006. Hamas's win in the Palestinian election may reflect the growing influence of Islam in the impoverished Gaza Strip, but residents say they have seen little change since the movement joined local government almost a year ago. AFP PHOTO/PATRICK BAZ (Photo credit should read PATRICK BAZ/AFP/Getty Images)

JABALIYA REFUGEE CAMP, -: A Palestinian man works at a shwarma shop decorated with Hamas campaign posters for the upcoming Palestinian general election in the Jabaliya refugee camp, northern Gaza strip, 04 January 2006. Israel is ready to open talks with Hamas if it wins the Palestinian general election as long as the radical Islamist movement disarms, Defence Minister Shaul Mofaz said today. AFP PHOTO/MAHMUD HAMS (Photo credit should read MAHMUD HAMS/AFP/Getty Images)


GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - OCTOBER 02: Palestinian children play fighting games on computers in a coffee shop on the third day of the Muslim holiday Eid al-Fitr on October 2, 2008 in Gaza City, the Gaza Strip. Palestinian child welfare advocates say that children in the Palestinian territories are scarred emotionally by the violence that comes from fighting with Israeli forces and amid the internal fighting between rival factions or clans. (Photo by Abid Katib/Getty Images)

Palestinians leave a grocery shop in Gaza City during a three hours suspension of fire on January 8, 2009. The death toll from Israel's war on Hamas rose to 763 today after new raids and dozens of bodies were found during a suspension in Israel's bombing, medics said. About 20 people, among them many women and children, were killed in new raids by the Israeli military on today, said Mouawiya Hassanein, head of Gaza's emergency services. Rescuers also found many bodies in debris while searching during a three hour suspension in hostilities across Gaza between 1100 GMT and 1400 GMT, he said. AFP PHOTO/MAHMUD HAMS (Photo credit should read MAHMUD HAMS/AFP/Getty Images)

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Palestinians shop for food at a grocery store in Gaza City during a three hours suspension of fire in Gaza City on January 8, 2009. The death toll from Israel's war on Hamas rose to 763 today after new raids and dozens of bodies were found during a suspension in Israel's bombing, medics said. About 20 people, among them many women and children, were killed in new raids by the Israeli military on today, said Mouawiya Hassanein, head of Gaza's emergency services. Rescuers also found many bodies in debris while searching during a three hour suspension in hostilities across Gaza between 1100 GMT and 1400 GMT, he said.
 

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18th-Jan-2009 05:12 pm (UTC)
A to darmowe zaopatrzenie w wodę, prąd, paliwo? Jak będą żyli, głupki, jeżeli zniszczą Izrael? Chociaż, wiem - UE da więcej pieniędzy, między innymi, z moich podatków:(
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