Friday, November 18, 2016

  • Friday, November 18, 2016
  • Elder of Ziyon
This week, the Rafah crossing between Gaza and Egypt has been open, and not only for people who have been stranded on either side.

Some 5000 tons of cement are being imported into Gaza from Egypt this week.

According to an article in Palestine Press Agency, in an interview with one of the main importers, Hamas controls who gets to purchase the cement. And many of the recipients are people who are not allowed to get any building materials according to the Gaza Reconstruction Mechanism, and the only reason that happens is because they have ties to terrorism.

In other words, Hamas is controlling who gets the cement from Egypt, and ensuring that terrorists get what they need, although it is ostensibly for them to rebuild their homes.

Even though Hamas has been giving actual homes to their patrons, especially in the Qatar-backed building projects.




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