It does not include what is coming in through Egyptian crossings, and it does not include what is coming in through the tunnels (such as the luxury cars and missiles).
It certainly doesn't include what they produce themselves with their own industries, fishing boats, farms and livestock.
It also doesn't include the water or electricity we still provide.
These charts also don't list the fuel transfers of:
90,455,678 liters of Heavy-Duty Desel for the power station and 33,854 Tons of cooking gas in 2009.
28,772,620 liters of Heavy-Duty Desel for the power station and 15,757 Tons of cooking gas in 2010 (to June 3).
2009 Imports into Gaza
2010 Imports in Gaza (up to June 3)
And here are some pictures from a Gaza market...
(Notice the smiling shopkeepers and plentiful shoppers)
And a Gaza beach...
Burqua Babes on the beach
(The Burqua Babes don't look to happy, but I wouldn't either if forced to wear a Burqua on the beach).
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