The spokesman for the Gaza ministry of economy, Abdel-Fattah Abu Moussa, assured Gazans that there are plenty of supplies of basic commodities in the markets of Gaza.
In an interview with Felesteen, Abu Moussa said, "The goods are still flowing in their usual manner from the Kerem Shalom crossing."
He stressed that there is no reason to panic, as there are plenty of goods available in all governorates of the Gaza Strip, saying that the ministry conducted an inventory of all foodstuffs in the governorates and confirmed the availability of stock.
"Bakeries continue to operate and fuel is available. We have dealt with crises before, such as the three Israeli wars on Gaza, during which we did not witness any food crisis."
In short, this Hamas spokesperson is assuring Gazans that Israel has been a reliable partner for providing their needs even during wartime and certainly that applies now.
Someone should tell the "pro-Palestinian activists" that they can celebrate that they are worried for nothing.
Oh, that's right, they want there to be a crisis in Gaza to justify their hate for Israel.