“…some 1,490 trucks carrying thousands of tons of goods entered the Gaza Strip through the Kerem Shalom terminal along the border with Israel during the same period. The goods consisted of food, construction materials, input for agriculture and medicine products.
How many Arab trucks loaded with goods entered the Gaza Strip over the past month? None.
The Palestinians know very well that if and when they have a state of their own, they will never be able to rely on their Arab brethren.
The Arab countries have a long record of turning their backs on the Palestinians, not only with regard to financial aid promises, but even when it comes to basic needs such as medical treatment.
And if Israel and the West do not come to their assistance, the Palestinians will find themselves begging at the doorsteps of Iran, the Muslim Brotherhood and Islamic State. Then, the future Palestinian state will be anything but a source of stability in the Middle East.”
From The Gatestone Institute
— Abraham ben Jacob (@coinabs) November 29, 2014