Hilfsgüter?! II03. Juni 2010, von Thomas von der Osten-Sacken
Dieses Interview ist natürlich wieder Teil der perfiden zionistischen Propaganda:
Q: How much aid does the flotilla represent, compared to the usual aid flowing into Gaza via Israel?
A: About 1 day’s worth.
Q: What sort of aid is on the ships?
A: Clothes and shoes, though its not clear if they are new or used. Medicine, medical equipment. Its difficult to know because it was all randomly thrown into the belly of the ships.
Q: If its urgent for all this humanitarian aid to get into Gaza, why is Hamas not allowing it in?
A: We (COGAT) have even asked the Red Cross to help with distributing the medical equipment, yet they have refused to get involved. We have 13 trucks waiting in Israel, not including the 9 at the Keren Shalom crossing, and we’re just waiting to send it in. (…)
We need to ensure the medicine meets international health standards. Often, the medicines arrive, having already expired, or they arrive in packaging in a foreign language that no one here in the region knows, let alone the people in Gaza.
(By the way: sage und schreibe ganze fünf Tonnen von dem Kram stammen aus Deutschland. Dafür haben IPPNW, Pax Christi et. al ein Jahr lang gesammelt.)