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21 januar 2008

Der er ingen energimangel i hamaSS’s raketindustri

Danmarks Radio er noget selektive i de Radioaviser, der kører så skingert idag – time efter time.

Supply of electricity to Gaza continues

20 Jan 2008

The supply of electricity to Gaza from the Israel and the Egyptian power grids continues and represents about three quarters of Gaza’s electricity needs.

(Communicated by the Foreign Ministry Spokesman)

In response to media inquiries regarding power outages in Gaza, the Israel Foreign Ministry spokesman stated Sunday evening (20 January 2008):

The supply of electricity to Gaza from the Israel and the Egyptian power grids (124 Megawatts and 17 Megawatts respectively) has continued uninterrupted. These 141 Megawatts of power represents about three quarters of Gaza’s electricity needs.

While the fuel supply from Israel into Gaza has indeed been reduced, due to the Hamas rocket attacks, the diversion of this fuel from domestic power generators to other uses is wholly a Hamas decision – apparently taken due to media and propaganda considerations.

Noteworthy is the fact that while the Gaza population remains in the dark, the fuel generating power to the Hamas rocket manufacturing industry continues to flow unabated.

The Hamas claim of humanitarian crisis in Gaza is also greatly exaggerated. There is no shortage of basic foodstuffs, and Gaza patients who need treatment in Israeli hospitals continue to travel into Israel for care.

Det er også påfaldende, at DR IKKE kommer med udtalelser fra israelsk side, deres propaganda baserer sig udelukkende på palæstinenserne.

Norske Aftenposten stiller sig fuldstændig kritikløst til rådighed for hamaSS’s propaganda: “Snart går strømmen hos kuvøsebørnene.” Bemærk billedet – kan det være mere klamt?

5 kommentarer »

  1. Jamen, jeg har lige læst, at der er tre mennesker døde på hospital i Gaza på grund af el-mangel. Det siger Hamaz selv. Og så passer det….


    Kommentar af Limewoody — 21 januar 2008 @ 10:28

  2. Situationen i Gaza er forværret. Det siger TV2 -tekstTV. Og så passer det.


    Kommentar af Limewoody — 21 januar 2008 @ 10:31

  3. DR siger det også – og så passer det. I hvert fald.


    Kommentar af Limewoody — 21 januar 2008 @ 10:33

  4. Næmli – ja!


    Kommentar af hodja — 21 januar 2008 @ 10:44

  5. IDF Says Gaza is Faking a Crisis
    by Gil Ronen

    The news coming out of Gaza depicts the Arab populace living in darkness and cold and blaming Israel for closing down major crossings through which fuel arrives to Gaza’s power plants. Reporters even claim that the dead can no longer be buried properly because there are no shrouds, and that bodies are being wrapped in flags instead.

    The IDF says, however, that this is media spin; a deliberate manipulation by the Hamas government to make Israel look as bad as possible.

    “Gaza City was plunged into darkness after the plant’s turbines stopped,” the BBC reported. “Israel’s closure of border crossings amid continued rocket fire from Gaza has brought the delivery of almost all supplies, including fuel, to a halt… The UN says Gaza’s 1.5m inhabitants face serious hardship… Reports from Gaza say people are trying to stock up on candles and batteries, as well as basic foodstuffs… A number of residents began a candle-lit march through Gaza City after the blackout.”

    Self-created crisis
    Israeli sources say this kind of coverage is exactly what the Gaza leadership wants. “There is no humanitarian crisis in Gaza,” a security source told the Israeli Ynet site Sunday evening. “In the past, there have already been situations in which the [electricity] transformers did not work. As for food and other supplies, the Palestinians have a stock that will last them for the next few days and beyond. This is an image of a crisis created by Hamas.”

    The source noted that the electricity transformers in Gaza were bombed after the abduction of IDF Cpl. Gilad Shalit, too, yet life went on as usual there because Israel continued supplying Gaza with electricity. Israel continues to supply Gaza with 70% of its power, the source said, adding: “We have not cut electricity and do not intend to at this moment. The Palestinians are the ones cutting off electricity for a few hours and trying to create a crisis.”

    What burial shrouds?
    The source also noted that the announcement of a crisis in Gaza came a bare 24 hours after Defense Minister Ehud Barak announced he was sealing off the crossings into Gaza. “There are hardly any trucks
    The Palestinians are the ones cutting off electricity for a few hours and trying to create a crisis.
    allowed into Gaza on Fridays and Saturdays anyhow,” the source explained. As for burial shrouds – these were never on the list of supplies Israel transferred into Gaza anyways.

    Other reports in the press said that all of the operations scheduled to take place in Gaza’s hospitals in the next few days have been postponed. The health system in Gaza claimed the dialysis systems and medical equipment taking care of heart patients may cease functioning, and warned that ten minutes without electricity in the hospitals could kill dozens of patients. The Gazan spokesmen also said that if sewage pumping ceases, “an unprecedented humanitarian disaster” could result.

    Thousands of Gazans held a candlelight vigil Sunday evening to protest what they called Israel’s “siege” of Gaza.

    Gadid’s synagogue in its days of glory.
    Gadid’s synagogue now a mosque
    A Haaretz weekend report contained the following description of a conversation
    Gadid’s synagogue has turned into a mosque and its walls are decorated with verses from the Quran.
    between the newspaper’s reporter and a Gazan cab driver named Munir Dweik: “He reports to us ‘live’ that at this moment he is standing in the ruins of the settlement of Gadid, which is currently being renovated with the aid of money from Italy. Gadid’s synagogue has turned into a mosque and its walls are decorated with verses from the Quran. Dweik woke up tonight because of the freezing cold, he says on the phone, because there is no electrical supply to his home in Beit Lahiya. In the past few weeks he has wandered between gas stations, trying to find fuel for his cab in the besieged city.”

    Ja det blev måske lidt rodet, som sagt er jeg en klovn til dette, men håber i forstår det alligevel.

    Mvh Whodares.


    Kommentar af whodares (Islamofob) — 21 januar 2008 @ 19:20

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