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Блокадная Газа 
14-янв-2009 09:41 am
Одним из основных оправданий ракетной стрельбы из Газы служит так называемая "блокада" Газы. Население чуть ли не голодает. Особо отмороженные граждане, вроде Максима Шевченко и Изи Шамира, сравнивают Газу с блокадным Ленинградом и Варшавским гетто. Разумеется, они скромно умалчивают о том, что за последние 6 месяцев Израиль пропустил в Газу 17,000 огромных (по 30-40 т) грузовиков с различными грузами, поставляет воду, электричество, топливо, медикаменты... Но как говорится, лучше 1 раз увидеть, чем 100 раз услышать. Фотографии из "блокадной" Газы:






Palestinians shop for food at a grocery store in Gaza City during a three hours suspension of fire in Gaza City on January 8, 2009. The death toll from Israel's war on Hamas rose to 763 today after new raids and dozens of bodies were found during a suspension in Israel's bombing, medics said. About 20 people, among them many women and children, were killed in new raids by the Israeli military on today, said Mouawiya Hassanein, head of Gaza's emergency services. Rescuers also found many bodies in debris while searching during a three hour suspension in hostilities across Gaza between 1100 GMT and 1400 GMT, he said.






Palestinians leave a grocery shop in Gaza City during a three hours suspension of fire on January 8, 2009. The death toll from Israel's war on Hamas rose to 763 today after new raids and dozens of bodies were found during a suspension in Israel's bombing, medics said. About 20 people, among them many women and children, were killed in new raids by the Israeli military on today, said Mouawiya Hassanein, head of Gaza's emergency services. Rescuers also found many bodies in debris while searching during a three hour suspension in hostilities across Gaza between 1100 GMT and 1400 GMT, he said. AFP PHOTO/MAHMUD HAMS (Photo credit should read MAHMUD HAMS/AFP/Getty Images)






GAZA, GAZA STRIP - NOVEMBER 5: Palestinians watch televised news coverage of U.S. President-elect Barack Obama in a shop November 5, 2008, in Gaza, Gaza Strip. Democratic nominee Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) defeated Republican nominee Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) by a wide margin in the election to become the first African American U.S. President elect. (Photo by Abid Katib/Getty Images)






GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - OCTOBER 02: Palestinian children play fighting games on computers in a coffee shop on the third day of the Muslim holiday Eid al-Fitr on October 2, 2008 in Gaza City, the Gaza Strip. Palestinian child welfare advocates say that children in the Palestinian territories are scarred emotionally by the violence that comes from fighting with Israeli forces and amid the internal fighting between rival factions or clans. (Photo by Abid Katib/Getty Images)






A Palestinian woman buys sweets at a shop in the main market during preparations for the Eid Al-Fitr feast in Gaza City on September 24, 2008. Muslims around the world are preparing to celebrate the Eid Al-Fitr holiday, which marks the end of Islam's holy fasting month of Ramadan, on October 1. AFP PHOTO/MAHMUD HAMS (Photo credit should read MAHMUD HAMS/AFP/Getty Images)






British journalist and peace activist Lauren Booth, sister-in-law of former British premier Tony Blair who is now an international Middle East peace envoy, shops at a grocery store in Gaza City on September 3, 2008. Booth said today she is trapped in Gaza as Israel refuses to let her leave the Palestinian territory she entered aboard a protest boat. AFP PHOTO/MAHMUD HAMS (Photo credit should read MAHMUD HAMS/AFP/Getty Images)






British journalist and peace activist Lauren Booth, sister-in-law of former British premier Tony Blair who is now an international Middle East peace envoy, leaves a grocery store in Gaza City on September 3, 2008. Booth said today she is trapped in Gaza as Israel refuses to let her leave the Palestinian territory she entered aboard a protest boat. AFP PHOTO/MAHMUD HAMS (Photo credit should read MAHMUD HAMS/AFP/Getty Images)






GAZA, GAZA STRIP - FEBRUARY 13: A Palestinian flower vender decorates his shop as he prepares to celebrate on the eve of Valentine's Day on February 13, 2008 in Gaza city, Gaza Strip. Florists around the world see an increase in sales for Valentine's Day which celebrates romantic love. (Photo by Abid Katib/Getty Images)






GAZA CITY, -: Palestinian families shop in the Gaza City central market 02 October 2005, days before the start of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. With 38 years of Israeli occupation behind them, Palestinians of Gaza are gearing up to mark their first Ramadan in freedom, hoping that nothing will shatter the peace of this holy month except the boom of the cannon marking the end of the daily fast. AFP PHOTO/MAHMUD HAMS (Photo credit should read MAHMUD HAMS/AFP/Getty Images)






GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - OCTOBER 04: Palestinians shop in the Alzaoya popular market on the first day of the fasting holy month of Ramadan October 4, 2005 in Gaza City, Gaza Strip. Muslims throughout the world are celebrating Ramadan, where observants fast from dawn until dusk for 30 days. (Photo by Abid Katib/Getty Images)






GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - OCTOBER 04: Palestinians shop in the Alzaoya popular market on the first day of the fasting holy month of Ramadan October 4, 2005 in Gaza City, Gaza Strip. Muslims throughout the world are celebrating Ramadan, where observants fast from dawn until dusk for 30 days. (Photo by Abid Katib/Getty Images)






JABALIYA REFUGEE CAMP, -: A Palestinian man works at a shwarma shop decorated with Hamas campaign posters for the upcoming Palestinian general election in the Jabaliya refugee camp, northern Gaza strip, 04 January 2006. Israel is ready to open talks with Hamas if it wins the Palestinian general election as long as the radical Islamist movement disarms, Defence Minister Shaul Mofaz said today. AFP PHOTO/MAHMUD HAMS (Photo credit should read MAHMUD HAMS/AFP/Getty Images)






GAZA CITY, -: A veiled Palestinian woman walks at a fashion shopping area of Gaza City 29 January 2006. Hamas's win in the Palestinian election may reflect the growing influence of Islam in the impoverished Gaza Strip, but residents say they have seen little change since the movement joined local government almost a year ago. AFP PHOTO/PATRICK BAZ (Photo credit should read PATRICK BAZ/AFP/Getty Images)






GAZA CITY, -: A Palestinian man waits for costumers at his vegetable shop in Gaza City, 11 April 2006. As European Union foreign ministers approved a decision to suspend aid to the Palestinian Authority, Mahmud Abbas called on the international community to end its 'unfair' treatment of his people and instead help them realise their dream of independence. AFP PHOTO/MAHMUD HAMS (Photo credit should read MAHMUD HAMS/AFP/Getty Images)






GAZA CITY, -: A Palestinian man waits for costumers at his vegetable shop in Gaza City, 11 April 2006. As European Union foreign ministers approved a decision to suspend aid to the Palestinian Authority, Mahmud Abbas called on the international community to end its 'unfair' treatment of his people and instead help them realise their dream of independence. AFP PHOTO/MAHMUD HAMS (Photo credit should read MAHMUD HAMS/AFP/Getty Images)






GAZA CITY, : Women shop for rucksacks for their children who will shortly be starting the new school year in Gaza city, 21August 2006. Since Hamas won elections the Palestinian authority has been unable to pay its 160,000 civil servants and principal employer due to the suspension of financial aid by western countries. This has had a knock on effect with many families being unable to afford the school fees, books and uniforms for their children. AFP PHOTO /MAHMUD HAMS (Photo credit should read MAHMUD HAMS/AFP/Getty Images)






GAZA CITY, GAZA - SEPTEMBER 23: Palestinians shop in the Alzaoya market on the first day of the fasting holy month of Ramadan September 23, 2006 in Gaza City, Gaza Strip. Muslims throughout the world are celebrating Ramadan, a time for spiritual reflection, prayers and fasting where practicing Muslims do not eat, drink, smoke or have sex between sunrise and sunset for 30 days. (Photo by Abid Katib/Getty Images) *** Local Caption ***






GAZA CITY, GAZA - SEPTEMBER 23: Palestinians shop in the Alzaoya market on the first day of the fasting holy month of Ramadan September 23, 2006 in Gaza City, Gaza Strip. Muslims throughout the world are celebrating Ramadan, a time for spiritual reflection, prayers and fasting where practicing Muslims do not eat, drink, smoke or have sex between sunrise and sunset for 30 days. (Photo by Abid Katib/Getty Images) *** Local Caption ***






GAZA CITY, GAZA - SEPTEMBER 23: Palestinians shop in the Alzaoya market on the first day of the fasting holy month of Ramadan September 23, 2006 in Gaza City, Gaza Strip. Muslims throughout the world are celebrating Ramadan, a time for spiritual reflection, prayers and fasting where practicing Muslims do not eat, drink, smoke or have sex between sunrise and sunset for 30 days. (Photo by Abid Katib/Getty Images) *** Local Caption ***






GAZA CITY, GAZA - SEPTEMBER 23: Palestinians shop in the Alzaoya market on the first day of the fasting holy month of Ramadan September 23, 2006 in Gaza City, Gaza Strip. Muslims throughout the world are celebrating Ramadan, a time for spiritual reflection, prayers and fasting where practicing Muslims do not eat, drink, smoke or have sex between sunrise and sunset for 30 days. (Photo by Abid Katib/Getty Images) *** Local Caption ***






GAZA CITY, -: An employee of an electrical shop in Gaza City watches Palestinian President Mahmud Abbas as he gives a key speech from the Palestinian administrative capital in the West Bank city of Ramallah, 16 December 2006. 'I decided to address our people because of the suffering that they have endured over the past several months and during which they have had to suffer the insufferable,' Abbas said. He is also expected to call for early elections to resolve an unprecedented crisis with the ruling Hamas movement. AFP PHOTO /MAHMUD HAMS (Photo credit should read MAHMUD HAMS/AFP/Getty Images)






TO GO WITH ADEL ZAANOUN STORY Palestinians shop at a market in Gaza City ahead of Islam's holy month of Ramadan, 09 September 2007 in Gaza City. Islam's holy month of Ramadan will begin on September 12 or 13 in the Middle East depending on the sighting of the crescent moon, regional religious authorities said. AFP PHOTO/ MAHMUD HAMS (Photo credit should read MAHMUD HAMS/AFP/Getty Images)






GAZA CITY, GAZA - SEPTEMBER 11: Palestinians shop in the popular Alzaoya market, in preparation for the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, on September 11, 2007 in Gaza City, Gaza. Muslims across the globe will celebrate Ramadan from September 13. (Photo by Abid Katib/Getty Images)






GAZA CITY, GAZA - SEPTEMBER 11: Palestinians shop in the popular Alzaoya market, in preparation for the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, on September 11, 2007 in Gaza City, Gaza. Muslims across the globe will celebrate Ramadan from September 13. (Photo by Abid Katib/Getty Images)






GAZA CITY, GAZA - SEPTEMBER 11: Palestinians shop in the popular Alzaoya market, in preparation for the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, on September 11, 2007 in Gaza City, Gaza. Muslims across the globe will celebrate Ramadan from September 13. (Photo by Abid Katib/Getty Images)






A Palestinian man reads a newspaper at his convenient store Gaza City, 28 November 2007. The relaunch of Israeli-Palestinian peace talks met with scepticism on the ground today, with doubts high that a final deal could be clinched by the end of 2008 as pledged. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMED ABED (Photo credit should read MOHAMMED ABED/AFP/Getty Images)






GAZA CITY, GAZA - SEPTEMBER 01: Palestinians shop in the popular Alzaoya market, in the first day of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, on September 01, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, a month of purification where Muslims fast from dawn to sunset, seeking a higher level of spiritual consciousness through self restraint and good deeds. (Photo by Abid Katib/Getty Images)






GAZA CITY, GAZA - SEPTEMBER 01: Palestinians shop in the popular Alzaoya market, in the first day of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, on September 01, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, a month of purification where Muslims fast from dawn to sunset, seeking a higher level of spiritual consciousness through self restraint and good deeds. (Photo by Abid Katib/Getty Images)






GAZA CITY, GAZA - SEPTEMBER 01: Palestinians shop in the popular Alzaoya market, in the first day of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, on September 01, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, a month of purification where Muslims fast from dawn to sunset, seeking a higher level of spiritual consciousness through self restraint and good deeds. (Photo by Abid Katib/Getty Images)






GAZA CITY, GAZA - SEPTEMBER 01: Palestinians shop in the popular Alzaoya market, in the first day of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, on September 01, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, a month of purification where Muslims fast from dawn to sunset, seeking a higher level of spiritual consciousness through self restraint and good deeds. (Photo by Abid Katib/Getty Images)






GAZA CITY, GAZA - SEPTEMBER 01: Palestinians shop in the popular Alzaoya market, in the first day of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, on September 01, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, a month of purification where Muslims fast from dawn to sunset, seeking a higher level of spiritual consciousness through self restraint and good deeds. (Photo by Abid Katib/Getty Images)






Palestinians shop for food at a market, the day before the start of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, in Gaza City on August 30, 2008. Muslims around the world are gearing up for the holy month of Ramadan next week. For the duration month, Muslims are required to abstain from food, drink and sex from dusk till dawn as life slips into a lower gear during the day, and activity peaks between 'iftar', the breaking of the fast at sunset, and 'suhur', the last meal of the day before sunrise. AFP PHOTO/MAHMUD HAMS (Photo credit should read MAHMUD HAMS/AFP/Getty Images)



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14-янв-2009 08:26 am
Действительно голодающие!
Прослезилась от жалости.
14-янв-2009 08:51 am
Бадаевские ряды.

Я как-то посоветовал одной озабоченной твари придти с плакатами на Пискаревку и поплакаться за Газу.
14-янв-2009 10:15 am
А кто такой Шевченко?
Всегда найдётся кучка шавок, которым лишь бы потявкать, не важно, по какому поводу и на кого. Типа: а гавкну-ка я вот эдак - какая будет реакция? А вот эдак? И как теперь я смогу воспользоваться создавшимся шумом: удасться что-нибудь спереть незаметно, или ещё погавкать, других шавок подождать?
Давайте уж, додавливайте Палестину. Пусть они попросят мира - и давайте. А не попросят - значит, им не надо. Очень многим умереть легче, чем подумать мозгом.
14-янв-2009 10:22 am
Шевченко это депутат Общественной Палаты РФ по президентской квоте, особа, приближенная к Кремлю, так, мелкая шавка. И эта шавка заплакала про 900 дней блокады в Газе.
14-янв-2009 01:10 pm
Бедная Газа *Льет слезы жалости и упаковывает в посылку шерстяные носки"
14-янв-2009 01:34 pm
Видны родные лица и сердце не выдерживает всего этого пейзажа...Но как нам доказать остальным,что это именно Аза,а не Ирак,например?
14-янв-2009 01:40 pm
Заполнить поле CURRENT MUSIC: Дунаевский - Каким ты был, таким и остался.
14-янв-2009 02:54 pm
ой. какая прелесть.
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14-янв-2009 04:16 pm
А что на фотографиях делает водяной знак он-лайн клипарта getty images?
15-янв-2009 03:27 am
это значит, права на полные версии принадлежат агентству гетти.
14-янв-2009 06:10 pm
а почему на агитплакатах, видных на фото, морды под иорданским флагом?
14-янв-2009 06:30 pm
это полезтинский. учите матчасть.
14-янв-2009 06:12 pm
ходил в только что открытый супермаркет. у нас выбор хуже.
14-янв-2009 07:02 pm
update: Газа уже разблокадированна
14-янв-2009 07:17 pm
Беееедненькие...
14-янв-2009 07:43 pm
Не. ну правильно говорят о голодухе. Конфеты - это не еда. Одежда - тоже. Каштаны и специи - тоже как бы не еда, а так, баловство. А свинины так и вообще нет. Голодают бедолаги.
14-янв-2009 08:27 pm
С чего вы взяли что это Аза?
14-янв-2009 08:44 pm - С чего вы взяли что это Аза?
Это вовсе не Аза, а типичный европейский город, лет так через 10:))
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14-янв-2009 10:00 pm
Это местная экзотика - маринованные маленькие баклажаны с добавлением свекольного сока. Кушаются хорошо, сочные, текстура на вкус приятная.
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14-янв-2009 10:12 pm - еще забавная фотка
Газовский блокадник возвращается из Египта с покупкой:



A Palestinian smiles as he returns to Gaza with his new motorcycle, bought in Egypt, at the border between Egypt and Gaza, in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, Friday, Jan. 25, 2008. Hamas-backed militants driving bulldozers knocked down more Egyptian border fortifications on Friday in a brazen challenge to Egyptian forces who are trying, with little success, to gradually reseal the breached border using human chains, dogs and water cannons.

http://www.daylife.com/photo/04KKcXIdKQbqO
14-янв-2009 10:18 pm - Re: еще забавная фотка
Было дело год назад. Прорывалась голодная Газа в Синай через египетских пограничников.
14-янв-2009 11:01 pm
детки в контру небось только за террористов шпилят...
14-янв-2009 11:29 pm
Красивые фоты... А хоть одна свежая ОТТУДА есть?
А то что-то под этими пометки, кроме первой - максимум сентябрь 2008, а вся красота-то это глубоко давнишие кадры...
14-янв-2009 11:34 pm
<вся красота-то это глубоко давнишие кадры>

Это во время блокады снято:)) Сейчас уже нет блокады-они добились таки, чтоб ее сняли:))
15-янв-2009 12:41 am - Спасибо.
Спасибо!
Храни бог Израиль, храни бог ЦАХАЛь!
15-янв-2009 12:52 am
Прямо блокадный Ленинград..бедные Газинцы
15-янв-2009 01:32 am
хлеба не было и масло приходилось мазать прямо на колбасу (с)
15-янв-2009 05:39 am
а где даты на фотографиях? эксивы все стерты!
15-янв-2009 06:53 am
хуйней всякой торгуют
15-янв-2009 06:58 am
Бухла нет.Незачет.
15-янв-2009 07:16 am
да я и не стесняюсь - תמות
16-янв-2009 07:01 am
хороший у них шук. когда то, рассказывают старики,жители Ашкелона у них покупали помидоры и клубнику.
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