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The Nazis of Israel: Starving Palestine

The Ghettos of Gaza and the West Bank

The Nazis of Israel built this wall


The policy is not fixed, but continually subject to change, explains a COGAT official. Thus, about two months ago, the COGAT officials allowed pumpkins and carrots into Gaza, reversing a ban that had been in place for many months. The entry of "delicacies" such as cherries, kiwi, green almonds, pomegranates and chocolate is expressly prohibited. As is halvah, too, most of the time. Sources involved in COGAT's work say that those at the highest levels, including acting coordinator Amos Gilad, monitor the food brought into Gaza on a daily basis and personally approve the entry of any kind of fruit, vegetable or processed food product requested by the Palestinians. At one of the unit's meetings, Colonel Oded Iterman, a COGAT officer, explained the policy as follows: "We don't want Gilad Shalit's captors to be munching Bamba [a popular Israeli snack food] right over his head."

After four pages filled with detailed charts of the number of grams and calories of every type of food to be permitted for consumption by Gaza residents (broken down by gender and age), comes this recommendation: "It is necessary to deal with the international community and the Palestinian Health Ministry to provide nutritional supplements (only some of the flour in Gaza is enriched) and to provide education about proper nutrition." Printed in large letters at the end of the document is this admonition: "The stability of the humanitarian effort is critical for the prevention of the development of malnutrition."

The Nazis of Germany built this wall


Build a wall around a people, then severely restrict the amount of food that is allowed in, ensuring crowded living conditions, starvation diets, and little sanitation.

The German Nazis would only allow in these items supplied on the basis of ration cards and they were few in number: 70-250g of bread, 250g sugar/month, a few potatoes and sometimes jam cabbage and beets.

The Israeli Nazis only allow in 12 basic food items and not near enough calories to live on.

Looks like the Israeli's have copied in whole Nazi Germany's plan for parts of Europe.


At Saturday, June 13, 2009, Blogger Barbara L said...

What blows me away is that they consider the Palestinian captives to be not even worth bartering over. They never mention these men and women, just this one young man who may or may not even still live.

What also bothers me is that Hamas lets the people suffer this way when perhaps a return would ease things for them, of course with the Israelis, who can tell? Both groups are treacherous when you look at it honestly.

The line about the treat while they hold this man really tells one just how vindictive they are! Beyond belief.

At Saturday, June 13, 2009, Blogger Greg Bacon said...

I believe Hamas had tried to trade Gilat for a thousand of so Palestinians being held in Israeli jails, but the Isareli's said that was too high a price.


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