Saturday, July 31, 2010

Do Público's journalists know how the world where they live is?

I mean, Público published an article by Eugenio García Gacón on Friday, July 2, 2010, which offered the following information (excerpt from the article below, translated as accurate as possible, between quotation marks):

"Israel rejects outright Turkey's demands. In the first hand, Gaza's blockade which theoretically was lifted last week, according to the Prime Minister, Binyamin Netanyahu actually is going on almost at the same level than prior to the announcement. The Israelis justify their attitude saying that they're avoiding the smuggling of weapons and dual-use materials, though actually they're avoiding the entrance of food, medicines, gas for private use and civil construction materials."

Well, the truth is that food, medicines, gas, civil construction materials and many more items are actually being sent to the Gaza Strip, as shown here, here and here.

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