Where did Gaza’s Concrete Go?

Where did Gaza’s Concrete Go?

A leftwing organization is complaining that not enough building materials are being let into Gaza, but admits that what goes in is not being used to rebuild Gazan home.

By: Shalom Bear

Published: January 12th, 2015

via The Jewish Press » » Where did Gaza’s Concrete Go?.

A Hamas policeman walks past trucks loaded with cement which entered the Gaza Strip from Israel through the Kerem Shalom crossing.
A Hamas policeman walks past trucks loaded with cement which entered the Gaza Strip from Israel through the Kerem Shalom crossing.
Photo Credit: Abed Rahim Khatib / Flash90

It’s difficult to get a handle on the tone of a recent report by the radical left-wing organization Gisha.

In a recent article, they report on how much building materials such as concrete and cement have been brought into Gaza since the end of Operation Protective Edge in August 2014.

Trucks Tons of Material
Private use (Reconstruction) 722 34,570
Qatar projects 1,496 104,198
International Organization Projects 960 57,636
Totals: 3,178 196,404

Gisha complains that…

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