torsdag 17 mars 2011

Utvecklingen i Gaza och på västbanken 2010

Här kan man se en video som berättar hur situationen förbättrats för palestinierna under 2010.

Developments in Policy Towards the West Bank and Gaza in 2010
The following video is a summary of the civil policies undertaken by the Coordinator of Government Activities (COGAT) during 2010.
Despite the constant rocket fire emanating from the Gaza Strip towards Israel (over 230 rockets and mortars fired in 2010), civilian policy was expanded in order to enable improvements in the Gaza residents’ quality of life. There was a 30% increase of the quantity of goods entering the Gaza Strip, and a substantial increase in internationally funded projects improving the infrastructure, education, health, agriculture in the Strip. This and other civil policy changes implemented by Israel led to 11% rise in GDP in the Gaza Strip since the beginning of 2010.
Trade and economic growth increased in the West Bank as a result of increased freedom of movement (98 roadblocks removed), the easing of restrictions, ongoing coordination between Israel and the Palestinian Authority, and the stable security environment. Tourism steeply rose, with a 48% increase in the number of tourists in comparison to 2009.

Trots den konflikt Israel och palestinierna lever i verkar det som om Israel skulle vara palestiniernas bästa vän när det kommer till kritan.
Khaled Abu Toameh har skrivit en artikel som beskriver hur illa palestinierna behandlas i bl.a. Libanon.
Where’s the international outcry against Arab apartheid?
"Mohammed Nabil Taha, an 11-year-old Palestinian boy, died this week at the entrance to a Lebanese hospital after doctors refused to help him because his family could not afford to pay for medical treatment.Taha’s tragic case highlights the plight of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians who live in squalid refugee camps in Lebanon and who are the victims of an apartheid system that denies them access to work, education and medical care..."

2 kommentarer:

Tom sa...

Det verkar som om de har tagit bort videon och ersatt den med en annan. Samma video, men lite kortare:

Daniel sa...

Tack för informationen, jag rättade till felet.