Hamas didn’t want aid from the flotilla, they wanted headlines
June 8, 2010 · 1 comment
After last week’s dust-up between the Israeli Defense Forces and the so-called “Freedom Flotilla” (B.S. for “Terrorist Flotilla”) Israel attempted to deliver the ship’s cargo to the Gaza Strip on Wednesday. Turns out Hamas didn’t even want it.
“Israel has attempted to deliver humanitarian aid from an international flotilla to Gaza, but Hamas — which controls the territory — has refused to accept the cargo, the Israel Defense Forces said Wednesday.
Palestinian sources said trucks that arrived from Israel at the Rafah terminal at the Israel-Gaza border were barred from delivering the aid over protests that members of the flotilla were not delivering the materials.
Israel had 20 trucks of aid found on the ships, such as expired medications, clothing, blankets, some medical equipment and toys.”
The world awaits as we expect to hear either one of two statements from Hamas:
1. “Come back when you have our bullet-proof vests and night vision rifle scopes,” or
2. ”Super Wal-Mart just moved in so we didn’t really need that old stuff anyways.”
The Palestinian Authority could have just spent the $4,500,000,000.00 that the international community has given them to fill 112,500,000 of Wal-Mart’s $4.00 medicine prescriptions.
That is what they spend their money on, right? Medicine?