Wednesday, June 05, 2024

  • Wednesday, June 05, 2024
  • Elder of Ziyon
A former American president said that Gazans were being "starved to death" in a speech at the American University in Cairo. 

The former president was Jimmy Carter.  

The New York Times reported on April 18, 2008:
In Cairo on Thursday, former President Jimmy Carter met with Hamas leaders from Gaza and spoke at the American University, Reuters reported. He criticized Israel’s action, after Hamas took over Gaza by force last June, to allow only basic supplies to be moved into the territory.

Mr. Carter said Palestinians in Gaza were being “starved to death,” receiving fewer calories a day than people in the poorest parts of Africa. “It’s an atrocity what is being perpetrated as punishment on the people in Gaza,” he said.

Carter repeated the accusation in 2009:

“To me, the most grievous circumstance is the maltreatment of the people in Gaza, who are literally starving and have no hope at this time."

 Sixteen years of starvation with practically no deaths has to be some sort of  a record. 

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