The Ghost of Snapped Shot

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Fault Fault, it's Always Your Fault

Apparently, Hamas is still intent on trying to convince the international press that Israel is somehow starving its citizens, even though Hamas hasn't exactly proven that it cares enough about its citizens to actually feed them:

Palestinian women shout slogans and hold empty dishes to symbolize the lack of food during a demonstration next to the Erez crossing in Gaza Strip, Monday, Nov. 26, 2007. An Israeli aircraft pounded a squad of militants Monday and Israeli border guards shot two Palestinians in the Gaza Strip — reflecting the difficulties Israeli and Palestinian leaders face on the ground as they headed into an international peace conference in the U.S. The banner at left is partial read as 'Palestinian children under siege' (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)

Again, for those of you who may not already be aware, certain supplies are already exempt from the Israeli blockade. Chiefly among them? "Humanitarian" supplies such as food and necessities for medical care.

But hey, what good are "facts" when one is trying to score a cheap, emotional point?

 Tags: emilio morenatti AP #Intifada

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