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Food and Basic Goods Continue to Enter Gaza

While Hamas and their allied terrorists continue to launch rockets and missiles at Israeli civilians, shipments to their civilian families are continuing unabated.

Some 200 trucks of foodstuffs and other basics goods and products have traveled through the Kerem Shalom crossing since the start of Operation Protective Edge, officials report.

The Israeli government has been adamant — as it was during past conflicts — to differentiate between terrorists and civilians who reside in the Gaza region. Israel does its best not to punish Gaza civilians for the attacks perpetrated by the terrorists in their midst.

About the Author: Hana Levi Julian is a Middle East news analyst with a degree in Mass Communication and Journalism from Southern Connecticut State University. A past columnist with The Jewish Press and senior editor at Arutz 7, Ms. Julian has written for Babble.com, Chabad.org and other media outlets, in addition to her years working in broadcast journalism.


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18 Responses to “Food and Basic Goods Continue to Enter Gaza”

  1. I think this is the only difference between Gaza and Warsaw Ghetto!

  2. I think this is the only difference between Gaza and Warsaw Ghetto!

  3. Stop the maddens! Stop supplying terrorists!

  4. Stop the maddens! Stop supplying terrorists!

  5. Scott Martin, you are an idiot!!!

  6. Scott Martin, you are an idiot!!!

  7. Leila Rome says:

    Maybe stop NOW!

  8. ISREA has put up a bumbardment of rockets for YEARS scott and is defening them

  9. Do you think the TV stations will show that the supplies are still going thru to Gaza. And to Scott, rockets reign down in Israel from Gaza most days to the southern region . This has NOW become a conflict

  10. themselives the only way open to them. while the rest of the world sit on there rumps and pretend it isnt happening. Just like the 11nd world war

  11. themselives the only way open to them. while the rest of the world sit on there rumps and pretend it isnt happening. Just like the 11nd world war

  12. We should all just make hummus!

  13. just in from Jessie – From my dear friend Miriam Goodman, who lives in the South, and has been under fire for a long time!: In the last attack in Tel Aviv, the security cabinet was meeting in the Kiryah in Central TA. The PM and MKs had to run to a shelter

  14. should we be posting this? Sharing routes, locations, etc. May Hashem Protect us.

  15. The Jews in the Warsaw ghetto were not firing rockets into densely populated Polish cities.

  16. The densely populated polish cities didn’t send wave after wave of Junkers to viciously bomb Warsaw Ghetto!

  17. This is what the world says it values – humane treatment. How come no country or leader acknowledges this remarkable act?

  18. Cut it All out…The food, the electricity, the aid, the hospital, and let them see just how much we do for them!

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