Israel ticks off the foreign press by denying access to Gaza

Tuesday, January 06, 2009

As the Israeli ground offensive continues in Gaza, the international foreign press is waging a war of their own. Ethan Bronner, the Jerusalem Bureau Chief for the New York Times, and a pool of foreign press reporters have been consistently denied access to Gaza by the Israeli troops guarding the border. The reporters finally went to the Israeli Supreme Court for the rights to report from Gaza and the Supreme Court agreed that Israel must grant access to the foreign press corps. Yet each day the pool of reporters heads to the border to try and gain access and each day they are turned away. Ethan Bronner joins us now.


Ethan Bronner

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The leftist reporters usually have nothing nice to say about Israeli operations.

"Hundreds of Tons of Supplies Transferred Into the Gaza Strip
On Monday Kerem Shalom Crossing was opened for the transfer of humanitarian aid for the first time since the beginning of the ground operations in the Gaza Strip. 40 trucks with 1119 tons of supplies entered the Gaza Strip. The supplies included basic foods, such as flour, in addition to medication and other donations from the World Food Program (WFP), UNRWA, the Red Cross, and the governments of Egypt and Jordan. In addition to the donations from the Red Cross, a team of doctors and nurses came from Geneva, Switzerland in order to help with the treatment of injured Palestinians...."

Tell me please why all these years, their leaders DO A DARN THING FOR THEIR PEOPLE? All these years and no progress! BECAUSE they don't want progress, they want all Jews/Israelis (G.od forbid) dead!

Jan. 06 2009 11:17 AM

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