Flotilla 3.0: 'Gaza's Ark'?

"Trade not Aid" is a 'new' attempt of activists to break the so-called Israeli blockade from the inside out.

Flotilla 3.0: International 'activists' work with Hamas affiliates to sail OUT of Gaza

[A] new propaganda initiative designed to test the resolve of the Israeli blockade on Hamas in Gaza is seeking to highlight how trade from Gaza has been affected by Israel.

The focus of the 'Gaza Ark' is the fact that while goods do indeed enter the Hamas-run, Palestinian enclave, goods are said to rarely ever leave. The premise of the trip is that Gaza wants to trade with the world, rather than receive aid. Critics have called the trip "intentionally misleading", pointing to the fact that on a weekly basis, dozens of trucks export products from Gaza.

These facts haven't stopped the 'Gaza Ark' committee, however, a group which is supported by the hard-Left Noam Chomsky and disgraced Baroness Jenny Tonge. The organization's "Who We Are" section also lists the public relations head of the Hamas-run Gaza Chamber of Commerce, Maher Al-Tabaa, and 'one-state solution' advocates such as Haidar Eid, who also works at the Al-Aqsa University, an institution that Hamas boasted about 'taking over' in 2009[...]

In 2011, evidence was uncovered linking Hamas to the flotilla campaigns.

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Islamists useful idiots, gawd.

Posted by: Stable Hand at 10:30 AM

Comments

1 Why not allow them to export their products? What products. Gaza has products to export?

Posted by: Optimus at March 28, 2013 09:39 PM

2 Gaza does have an export, Optimus. Rockets. Sure they're not accurate and they sometimes don't hit what they're aimed at but it's still and export of sorts.

Posted by: Moshe Ben Avram at March 29, 2013 07:02 AM






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