Hamas´ Reign of Terror in Gaza Prompts Red Cross Aid (INN) ISRAEL NATIONAL NEWS) By Rachel Hirshfeld 04/02/12)
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The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) began
transferring emergency supplies of fuel to the Gaza Strip on Monday.
"This morning we began distributing 150,000 liters of diesel to
Gaza´s hospitals and we will have completed the distribution by the
end of the day," ICRC Gaza spokesman Ayman al-Shehabi told AFP.
The ICRC said that the 150,000 liters of diesel will "help 13 public
hospitals maintain essential health services for the next 10 days."
Hamas’ control of the area continues to leave Gaza in a situation of
crisis and left three children dead when their portable heater
“Hamas is playing a waiting game with its citizens, and so far, it is
winning- because no one in the Arab world has the guts to publicly
castigate them for their role in this crisis,” said the Elder of
“Charges of conspiracy are rife,” noted the AFP. “Hamas security
forces have set up roadblocks and arrested dozens of Fatah members
and individuals they accuse of ‘spreading rumors.’”
“Hamas’s interior ministry has acknowledged the arrest of more than
one hundred people for ‘propagating rumors about the electricity and
fuel shortage,’” continued the AFP.
Israel’s Ministry of Defense decided to leave border crossings
between Gaza and Israel open, a few weeks ago, despite ongoing rocket
attacks on the south, in order to allow aids and other goods to be
delivered from Israel to the people of Gaza.
Following the Israeli decision, rockets continued to shake Jewish
communities in southern Israel. (IsraelNationalNews © 2012 04/02/12)
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