This is nothing new for those of you who follow the Tundra Tabloids on a regular basis, the Hamas’ ruse of the people in Gaza being under siege” is just one in a long line of spurious claims promoted by the Fakestinians.
The Europeans, as well as some useful stooges in the US willingly lap it up, not because its true, but because they wish it to be true, anything that makes the Jewish state of Israel look bad, well, they’re game for it.
So thanks to Tom Gross for the following story published by Arutz Sheva, which exposes the diseased myth of “the plight of Gaza” to be the lie we all know it to be. Only a willful ignoramus would believe otherwise. Check out all the pics here. KGS
- EU FM, Cathrine Ashton demands the end to the blockade of Gaza.
Rompuy and Ashton:
We love to believe Hamas’ nonsense
“On her second trip to the Middle East, EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton called on Israel to open border crossings to Gaza and fully lift the “unacceptable” blockade imposed on the Palestinian territory.”
Arutz Sheva: While Hamas continues to complain that Gaza lacks building materials, a luxury mall in Gaza City held its grand opening over the weekend. Among the goods on sale are Israeli men’s clothing, and items from Turkey, France, and the United States.
Photojournalist Tom Gross, who publicized photos from Saturday’s event on his website, noted that the opening coincided with a visit to Gaza from European Union foreign policy director Catherine Ashton.
“The BBC and other media have featured extensive reports all day long on what they term the dire economic situation in Gaza; why are they not mentioning the new shopping mall that opened there yesterday?” Gross asked.
Pictures of the new mall were featured on the Palestinian Authority Safa website and by the Associated Press.
A variety of stores sell cosmetics, clothing, office supplies, toys, shoes, appliances and more. The mall boasts air conditioning and a delivery service.
Hamas has often accused Israel of creating a “siege” by keeping its border crossings to Gaza closed. According to Hamas, Gaza lacks electricity and building supplies.