Shhhhh! About that ‘humanitarian’ crisis in Gaza…

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Contrary to what you hear from the media, Gaza is not an “open-air prison.” Everyday, Gazans are shopping in sparkling new malls, buying food in supermarkets and specialty stores, enjoying beautiful beaches, water parks, hotels and 5-star restaurants. Gaza even boasts an Olympic-size swimming pool.

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LUXURY HOTELS

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RECREATION

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Palestinians enjoy a day at the beach in Gaza City

STORES GALORE OVERFLOWING WITH FOOD 

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HAUTE COUTURE AT LUXURY MALLS

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NIGHT LIFE

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FROM 5-STAR RESTAURANTS TO STREET VENDORS

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As you can see, there is no humanitarian crisis in Gaza. Many Gazans have money, food and even luxuries that much of the world goes without. What is missing, however, is a stable, democratic government. The moment any Gazan speaks against Hamas or Islam in even the smallest way, they are punished severely with torture and death. A surplus of money also means that Hamas can pay terrorists to kill Israelis through suicide attacks and missiles.

 

 

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