Israelis to allow relief supplies in Gaza

Rick Moran
They will get no credit for it but Israel has decided to suspend military operations for three hours every day in order to allow humanitarian relief supplies into Gaza:

Military officials said operations would stop for three hours, between 1 pm and 4 pm local time each day, to give besieged Gaza residents an opportunity to emerge from their homes to seek food, fuel and other emergency supplies. Israel has allowed some aid deliveries since it began airstrikes Dec. 27 but relief workers said they have been unable to reach much of the population because of heavy fighting.

The opening of "humanitarian corridors" each day is meant to relieve a situation that international aid agencies say has reached crisis proportions.

The militant group Hamas, which is in charge of the Gaza Strip, said it would not launch any missiles during the three-hour pause.

"There will be no missile launching in these three hours," Hamas deputy leader Moussa Abu Marzouk told Dubai-based Al Arabiya television.

We'll see if Hamas sticks to their word about not launching missiles into Israel while the corridor is open. If they don't, the pressure on Israel to keep the corridors open even if it is killing Israelis will be immense. After all, the world community can hardly be expected to pressure Hamas to not break the truce. They wouldn't listen anyway.

Nor will the nations of the world pressure Hamas to stop firing missiles into Israel in order to take away the reason for the incursion in the first place. The United States is one of the few nations (Egypt is another) who has made this demand of Hamas while most of the rest of the world is telling the Israelis to pull back, ignoring the Hamas provocation.

I have more about this newest ploy of the Jewish terrorists - "The Humanitarian Relief Attack" - on my site here.

 


They will get no credit for it but Israel has decided to suspend military operations for three hours every day in order to allow humanitarian relief supplies into Gaza:

Military officials said operations would stop for three hours, between 1 pm and 4 pm local time each day, to give besieged Gaza residents an opportunity to emerge from their homes to seek food, fuel and other emergency supplies. Israel has allowed some aid deliveries since it began airstrikes Dec. 27 but relief workers said they have been unable to reach much of the population because of heavy fighting.

The opening of "humanitarian corridors" each day is meant to relieve a situation that international aid agencies say has reached crisis proportions.

The militant group Hamas, which is in charge of the Gaza Strip, said it would not launch any missiles during the three-hour pause.

"There will be no missile launching in these three hours," Hamas deputy leader Moussa Abu Marzouk told Dubai-based Al Arabiya television.

We'll see if Hamas sticks to their word about not launching missiles into Israel while the corridor is open. If they don't, the pressure on Israel to keep the corridors open even if it is killing Israelis will be immense. After all, the world community can hardly be expected to pressure Hamas to not break the truce. They wouldn't listen anyway.

Nor will the nations of the world pressure Hamas to stop firing missiles into Israel in order to take away the reason for the incursion in the first place. The United States is one of the few nations (Egypt is another) who has made this demand of Hamas while most of the rest of the world is telling the Israelis to pull back, ignoring the Hamas provocation.

I have more about this newest ploy of the Jewish terrorists - "The Humanitarian Relief Attack" - on my site here.