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Leaders Pressure Israel To Drop Gaza Blockade


Israel has been put under unprecedented pressure to lift its blockade of Gaza. US President Barack Obama called it "inherently unsustainable" and Britain's Foreign Secretary William Hague has said it was "unjustified". Sky's Dominic Waghorn reports.

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The intensive cares units at Rantissi Children's Hospital,try telling doctors here there's no humanitarian crisis in Gaza.They say Israel's blockade has kept spare parts out of Gaza for ventilator machines with lethal consequences for two children this week.



"We couldn't treat him because they need many treatment(s) for them,these machines or these mechanical ventilator too support his respiratory system for him.But we can't do this because this machine is damaged,three machines damaged in our ICU."



"How many patients do you think may have died because of that?"

"Uh,I saw two patients at least in the last week,two patients."

"Have died because they couldn't go on this machine?"

"Yes,because of these machines are broken machines."



Downstairs the lab looks high-tech but doctor said shortages of chemicals means vital leukemia blood test can't be done.Nearby in Shifa Hospital there's a similar story."This is for blood gas analysis.It's not working for more than four years."

Doctors say they're coping,but the blockade endangers lives.All these despite claims by Israel that all the aid Gaza needs is getting in.



"There are no restrictions whatsoever in supplying medicines to the people of Gaza.If there are shortages of particular items I wanna hear about them.And my government will act to facilitate the transfer of medicines that are needed."

In Bayt Lahiya in northern Gaza,some families are still living in tents a year and a half after Israel destroyed their homes in operation Cast Lead,because Israel won't allow enough cementing.



"It's so difficult living like this,Alfar Jihad told me,the weather is too hot so we can't cope with it,but there's nothing we can do."

Israel's under pressure like never before to ease its blockade of Gaza.It is to allow more snack foods in,Coca cola,biscuits and crisps but cements to rebuild these homes and spare parts for electrical appliances will remain severely restricted.



Israel's policy on Gaza must now change says Middle East Quartet Envoy Tony Blair. "We need now to come to a definitive position that allows us to see very clearly you know Gaza is in a different situation because of the Hamas takeover,but nonetheless for people in Gaza they should have access to the normal things of normal life."Israel says 150 trucks of aid enter the streets every day.The UN says five times as much is needed.



Dominic Waghorn, Sky News, Gaza.



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New words:



ICU .intensive care unit 重点护理组

humanitarian n.人道主义者 adj.人道主义的

ventilator machines 呼吸机

lethal adj.致命的 n.致死因子

leukemia n.白血病

Quartet Envoy 四方特使

cement n.水泥, 接合剂 vt.接合, 用水泥涂, 巩固 vi.粘牢

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The intensive care unit has * seen in children's hospital, try telling doctors here there's no humanitarian crisis in Gaza. They say Israel's blockade is kept spare parts out of Gaza for ventilate machines with lethal consequences for two children this week.

We couldn't treat him because they need the treatment for him, these machines, or these mechanical ventilate to support his respiratory system for him, but we can't do this because this machine is damaged, three machines are damaged in our ICU.

How many patients do you think may have die because of that?

Um, I saw two patients at least in that, last the week, two patients.

Have died because they couldn't go on these machines?

Yeah, because these machines are broken machines.

Downstairs the lab looks high-tech, but doctors say shortage of chemicals means vital leukemia blood test can't be done. Nearby in Shafer Hospital, there is a similar story.

This is for blood test analysis, it's not working for more *, for the *.

Doctors say they are coping, but the blockade endangers life, all this despite claims by Israel that all the aid that Gaza needs is getting in.

There are no restrictions whatsoever in supplying medicines to the people of Gaza, if there are shortages or particular items I want to hear about them, and my government will act facilitate the transfer of medicines that it needed.

In B L, in Northern Gaza, some families are still living in tents a year and half after Israel destroyed the homes in Operations Castled because Israel won't allow enough cement in.

It's so difficult living like this all fact Jihad told me, whether is too hot and we can't cope with it, but there's nothing we can do.

Israel is on the pressure like never before to ease its blockade of Gaza, it is allowed snack foods in: Coca Cola, biscuits, and crisps, but cement to rebuilt these homes and spare parts for electrical appliances were remain severely restricted.

Israel's policy on Gaza must now change, says Mideast Quartet Envoy Tony Blair.

We need now to come to a definitive position that allows us to say very clearly, you know, Gaza is in a very different situation because of the Hamas takeover but nonetheless the people in Gaza they should have access to the normal things of normal life.

Israel send 150 trucks of aid into the Strip everyday, the UN says five times as much is needed.

Dominic Waghorn, Skynews, Gaza.
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The intensive care units at Rantissi Children’s hospital. Try telling doctors here there is no humanitarian crisis in Gaza. They say Isreal’s blockade is kept spareparts out of Gaza for ventilator machines with lethal consequences for two children this week.

‘We couldn’t treat him because they need the main instrument for them, this machine or this mechanical ventilator to support his respiratory system for him but we can’t do this because this machine is damaged. Clearly machine is damaged, and all would I say you’

‘How many patients do you think may have died because of that?’

‘I saw two patients, at least, and last week, two patients. ‘

‘Have died because they couldn’t get this machine.’

‘This machine, blocking machine.’

Downstairs the lab looks high-tech, for doctors there shortage of chemicals means vital lukemia blood test cann’t be done. Nearby in Shifa hospital, there is a similar story.

‘This is for blood gas analysis. It’s not working for more than, for the years.’

Doctors say they are coping but the blockade endangers lives. All these, despite claims by Isreal that all the aid Gaza needs is getting in.

There are no restrictions whatsoever in supplying medicines to the people of Gaza. If there are shortages of particular items I want to hear about them. And my government would like to facilitate the transfer of medicines that are needed. In Bayt Lahiya in northern Gaza, some faimly are still living in tents a year and a half after Isreal destory the homes in operation Cast Lead because Isreal won’t allow enough cement in.

‘It’s so difficult living like this,’ O Shihada told me. ‘The weather is so hot that we cann’t cope with it but there is nothing we can do.’

Isreal is under pressure like never before to ease its blockade of Gaza. It is to allow more snack foods in: Coca-Cola, biscuits and crips. But cements to rebuild these homes and spareparts for electronical appliances will remain severely restricted.

Isreal’s policy on Gaza must now change, says Middle East quartet envoy Tony Blair.

‘We need now to come to a definitive position that allows us to say very clearly, you know, Gaza is in a different situation because of the Hamas takeover. But nonetheless for people in Gaza they should have access to the normal things of normal life.’

Isreal says 150 trucks of aid enter the strip every day. The UN says five times as much is needed.


Dominic Waghorn, Sky News, Gaza.


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The intensive care units at Rantissi Children’s hospital. Try telling doctors here there is no humanitarian crisis in Gaza. They say Isreal’s blockade is kept spareparts out of Gaza for ventilator machines with lethal consequences for two children this week.

‘We couldn’t treat him because they need the main instrument for them, this machine or this mechanical ventilator to support his respiratory system for him but we can’t do this because this machine is damaged. Clearly machine is damaged, and all would I say you’

‘How many patients do you think may have died because of that?’

‘I saw two patients, at least, and last week, two patients. ‘

‘Have died because they couldn’t get this machine.’

‘This machine, blocking machine.’

Downstairs the lab looks high-tech, for doctors there shortage of chemicals means vital lukemia blood test cann’t be done. Nearby in Shifa hospital, there is a similar story.

‘This is for blood gas analysis. It’s not working for more than, for the years.’

Doctors say they are coping but the blockade endangers lives. All these, despite claims by Isreal that all the aid Gaza needs is getting in.

There are no restrictions whatsoever in supplying medicines to the people of Gaza. If there are shortages of particular items I want to hear about them. And my government would like to facilitate the transfer of medicines that are needed. In Bayt Lahiya in northern Gaza, some families are still living in tents a year and a half after Isreal destory the homes in operation Cast Lead because Isreal won’t allow enough cement in.

‘It’s so difficult living like this,’ O Shihada told me. ‘The weather is too hot that we cann’t cope with it but there is nothing we can do.’

Isreal is under pressure like never before to ease its blockade of Gaza. It is to allow more snack foods in: Coca-Cola, biscuits and crips. But cements to rebuild these homes and spareparts for electric appliances will remain severely restricted.

Isreal’s policy on Gaza must now change, says Middle East quartet envoy Tony Blair.

‘We need now to come to a definitive position that allows us to say very clearly, you know, Gaza is in a different situation because of the Hamas takeover. But nonetheless for people in Gaza they should have access to the normal things of normal life.’

Isreal says 150 trucks of aid enter the strip every day. The UN says five times as much is needed.


Dominic Waghorn, Sky News, Gaza.
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The intensive care unit at Rantissi Children’s hospital. Try telling doctors here there is no humanitarian crisis in Gaza. They say Isreal’s blockade is kept(keeping?) spareparts out of Gaza for ventilator machines with lethal consequences for two children this week.

‘We couldn’t treat him because they need the many treatments for them, these machines or this mechanical ventilator to support his respiratory system for him, but we can’t do this because this machine is damaged. Clearly machine is damaged, and all what I see you...

‘How many patients do you think may have died because of that?’

‘I saw two patients, at least, in the last week, two patients. ‘

‘Have died because they couldn’t get this machine.’

‘Yeah, becaus this machine is broken machine.’

Downstairs the lab looks high-tech, for doctors there shortage of chemicals means vital leukemia blood tests can’t be done. Nearby in Shifa hospital, there is a similar story.

‘This is for blood gas analysis. It’s not working for more than, for the years.’

Doctors say they are coping, but the blockade endangers lives. All this, despite claims by Isreal that all the aid Gaza needs is getting in.

There are no restrictions whatsoever in supplying medicines to the people of Gaza. If there are shortages of particular items I want to hear about them. And my government will act to facilitate the transfer of medicines that are needed. In Bayt Lahiya in northern Gaza, some families are still living in tents a year and a half after Israel destoryed the homes in operation Cast Lead because Isreal won’t allow enough cement in.

‘It’s so difficult living like this,’ O Shihada told me. ‘The weather is too hot that we cann’t cope with it, but there is nothing we can do.’

Israel is under pressure like never before to ease its blockade of Gaza. It is to allow more snack foods in: Coca-Cola, biscuits and crisps. But cements to rebuild these homes and spareparts for electric appliances will remain severely restricted.

Isreal’s policy on Gaza must now change, says Middle East quartet envoy Tony Blair.

‘We need now to come to a definitive position that allows us to say very clearly, you know, Gaza is in a different situation because of the Hamas takeover. But nonetheless for people in Gaza they should have access to the normal things of normal life.’

Israel says 150 trucks of aid enter the strip every day. The UN says five times as much is needed.


Dominic Waghorn, Sky News, Gaza.
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[Homework]2010-06-13 以色列面临解除加沙封锁的巨大压力

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The intensive care units at Rantissi Children’s hospital. Try telling doctors here there is no humanitarian crisis in Gaza. They say Isreal’s blockade is kept spare parts out of Gaza for ventilator machines with lethal consequences for two children this week.

‘We couldn’t treat him because they need the many treatments for them, these machines or this mechanical ventilator to support his respiratory system for him, but we can’t do this because this machine is damaged. Clearly machine is damaged, and all what I see you...’

‘How many patients do you think may have died because of that?’

‘I saw two patients, at least, in the last week, two patients. ‘

‘Have died because they couldn’t get this machine.’

‘Yeah, because of  thess machines are broken machines.’

Downstairs the lab looks high-tech, for doctors say shortage of chemicals means vital leukemia blood tests can’t be done. Nearby in Shifa hospital, there is a similar story.

‘This is for blood gas analysis. It’s not working for more than, for the years.’

Doctors say they are coping, but the blockade endangers lives. All this, despite claims by Isreal that all the aid Gaza needs is getting in.

There are no restrictions whatsoever in supplying medicines to the people of Gaza. If there are shortages of particular items I want to hear about them. And my government will act to facilitate the transfer of medicines that are needed. In Bayt Lahiya in northern Gaza, some families are still living in tents a year and/ half after Israel destoryed the homes in operation Cast Lead because Isreal won’t allow enough cement in.

‘It’s so difficult living like this,’ O Shihada told me. ‘The weather is too hot that we can’t cope with it, but there is nothing we can do.’

Israel is under pressure like never before to ease its blockade of Gaza. It is to allow more snack foods in: Coca-Cola, biscuits and crisps. But cements to rebuild these homes and spare parts for electric appliances will remain severely restricted.

Isreal’s policy on Gaza must now change, says Middle East quartet envoy Tony Blair.

‘We need now to come to a definitive position that allows us to say very clearly, you know, Gaza is in a different situation because of the Hamas takeover. But nonetheless for people in Gaza they should have access to the normal things of normal life.’

Israel says 150 trucks of aid enter the strip every day. The UN says five times as much is needed.


Dominic Waghorn, Sky News, Gaza.


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The intensive care units at Rantissi Children’s hospital. Try telling doctors here there is no humanitarian crisis in Gaza. They say Isreal’s blockade is kept spareparts out of Gaza for ventilator machines with lethal consequences for two children this week.

‘We couldn’t treat him because they need the main instrument for them, this machine or this mechanical ventilator to support his respiratory system for him but we can’t do this because this machine is damaged. Clearly machine is damaged, and all would I say you’

‘How many patients do you think may have died because of that?’

‘I saw two patients, at least, and last week, two patients. ‘

‘Have died because they couldn’t get this machine.’

‘This machine, broken machine.’

Downstairs the lab looks high-tech,but doctors say shortage of chemicals means vital lukemia blood test cann’t be done. Nearby in Shifa hospital, there is a similar story.

‘This is for blood gas analysis. It’s not working for more than, for the years.’

Doctors say they are coping but the blockade endangers lives. All these, despite claims by Isreal that all the aid Gaza needs is getting in.

There are no restrictions whatsoever in supplying medicines to the people of Gaza. If there are shortages of particular items I want to hear about them. And my government would like to facilitate the transfer of medicines that are needed. In Bayt Lahiya in northern Gaza, some faimly are still living in tents a year and a half after Isreal destory the homes in operation Cast Lead because Isreal won’t allow enough cement in.

‘It’s so difficult living like this,’ O Shihada told me. ‘The weather is too hot so we cann’t cope with it but there is nothing we can do.’

Isreal is under pressure like never before to ease its blockade of Gaza. It is to allow more snack foods in: Coca-Cola, biscuits and crips. But cements to rebuild these homes and spareparts for electronical appliances will remain severely restricted.

Isreal’s policy on Gaza must now change, says Middle East quartet envoy Tony Blair.

‘We need now to come to a definitive position that allows us to say very clearly, you know, Gaza is in a different situation because of the Hamas takeover. But nonetheless for people in Gaza they should have access to the normal things of normal life.’

Isreal says 150 trucks of aid enter the strip every day. The UN says five times as much is needed.
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The intensive care units at Rantissi Children's Hospital. Try telling doctors here there is no humanitarian crisis in Gaza. They say Israel's blockade has kept spare parts out of Gaza for ventilator machines with lethal consequences for two children this week.
"We couldn't treat him because the needs of many treatments for him, these machines or this mechanical ventilator to support \ respiratory system for him, but we can't do this because this machine is damaged. Clearly the machine is damaged and won't allow us to use."
"How many patients do you think may have died because of that?"
"I saw two patients, at least, in the last week, two patients."
"Have died because they couldn't go on with this machine?"
"Yeah, because \ these machines are broken machines(还是blockade machines?)."

Downstairs the lab looks high-tech. The doctors say a shortage of chemicals means vital leukemia blood tests can't be done. Nearby in Shifa Hospital, there is a similar story.
"This is for blood test analysis. It's not working for more than, for the years."

Doctors say they are coping, but the blockade endangers lives. All these despite claims by Israel that all the aid Gaza needs is getting in.
"There are no restrictions whatsoever in supplying medicines to the people of Gaza. If there are shortages of particular items I want to hear about them, and my government will actively facilitate the transfer of medicines that are needed."

In Bayt Lahiya in northern Gaza, some families are still living in tents a year and a half after Israel destroyed their homes in Operation Cast Lead because Israel won't allow enough cement in.
"It's so difficult living like this," al-Fad Shihada told me. "The weather is too hot, some we can't cope with it, but there is nothing we can do."

Israel is under pressure like never before to ease its blockade of Gaza. It is to allow more snack foods in: Coca-Cola, biscuits and crisps, but cements to rebuild these homes and spare parts for electrical appliances will remain severely restricted. Israel's policy on Gaza must now change, says Middle East Quartet envoy Tony Blair.
"We need now to come to a definitive position that allows us to say very clearly, you know, Gaza is in a different situation because of the Hamas takeover. But nonetheless for people in Gaza they should have access to the normal things of normal life.

Israel says 150 trucks of aid enter the strip every day. The UN says five times as much is needed.

Dominic Waghorn, Sky News, Gaza.
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The intensive care units at Rantissi Children’s hospitalry, try telling doctors here there is no humanitarian crisis in Gaza. They say Isreal’s blockade is kept spare parts out of Gaza for ventilator machines with lethal consequences for two children this week.

‘We couldn’t treat him because they need the main instrument for them, this machine or this mechanical ventilator to support his respiratory system for him but we can’t do this because this machine is damaged. Clearly machine is damaged, and all would I say you’

‘How many patients do you think may have died because of that?’

‘I saw two patients, at least, and last week, two patients. ‘

‘Have died because they couldn’t get this machine.’

‘This machine, blocking machine.’

Downstairs the lab looks high-tech, for doctors there shortage of chemicals means vital lukemia blood test cann’t be done. Nearby in Shifa hospital, there is a similar story.

‘This is for blood gas analysis. It’s not working for more than, for the years.’

Doctors say they are coping but the blockade endangers lives. All these, despite claims by Isreal that all the aid Gaza needs is getting in.

There are no restrictions whatsoever in supplying medicines to the people of Gaza. If there are shortages of particular items I want to hear about them. And my government would like to facilitate the transfer of medicines that are needed. In Bayt Lahiya in northern Gaza, some families are still living in tents a year and a half after Isreal destory the homes in operation Cast Lead because Isreal won’t allow enough cement in.

‘It’s so difficult living like this,’ O Shihada told me. ‘The weather is too hot that we cann’t cope with it but there is nothing we can do.’

Isreal is under pressure like never before to ease its blockade of Gaza. It is to allow more snack foods in: Coca-Cola, biscuits and crips. But cements to rebuild these homes and spareparts for electric appliances will remain severely restricted.

Isreal’s policy on Gaza must now change, says Middle East quartet envoy Tony Blair.

‘We need now to come to a definitive position that allows us to say very clearly, you know, Gaza is in a different situation because of the Hamas takeover. But nonetheless for people in Gaza they should have access to the normal things of normal life.’

Isreal says 150 trucks of aid enter the strip every day. The UN says five times as much is needed.


Dominic Waghorn, Sky News, Gaza.
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[Homework]2010-06-13 以色列面临解除加沙封锁的巨大压力

intensive care units of children's hospital , doctors here  let us know  humanitarian crisis in Gazsathey  say Israel  blockade  just kept spare parts        machines   which leads to consequences for 2 children this week.
we couldn't      because        but we can't do this          this machine is damaged      Downstairs the lab looks high-teck   say shortages of chemicals means vital     blood test can't be done.  Nearby in     hospital ,there is a similar story ,this is          medicines    say they r coping but the blockade endangers lives    always despite claims by Israel,all the  aid  Gaza   needs    is getting in.there r no restrictions whatsoever in supplying  medicines to people of Gaza.if there r shortages of particular items i want to hear about them, my government is to facilitate ,transfering medicines that r need     in northern Gaza    some families r just stilling in tents   a year and a half after   israel  destoryed their own home in operation
because Israel won't allow any cement in ,it's so difficult living like this      the weather is too hot to
but there is nothing we can do          Israel is under pressure never like never before to ease its blockade of Gaza,   it is to allow  more snack foods in coke cola ,bascuits and cripses   but  cement to build these homes spare parts for    will remain  severely restricted   israel's policy must allow change    fi   says midlle east  envoy   
we don't need to     position  Gaza reasoned the different situations  because Harmas takes over     Gaza   but nonetheless people in Gaza they  should  have access to the normal things normal life, Israel says one hundred and fifty  tracks r   the un said 5 times as much is needed

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Intensive care units of Rantisi Children's hospital, try telling the doctor here this is known humanian crisis in Gaza. They say Isarea blockade just kept spare parts out of Gaza ventilate machines with lethal consequence for two children this week.

We couldn't treat them because the needs the many equipment for them, these machines, or these mechanic ventilator to support his respiratory system for him. But we can't do this because this machine is damaged. 3 machines are damaged in our ICU.

Hom many patients you think may die for this.
Um, I saw patients at least in the last week two patients.
Have dead, because they couldn't get these machines.
Um, because of these machines are broken machines.

Downstairs, the lab looks high-tech but doctors said shortage of mechanics means vital leukemia blood tests come down. Nearby in chief hospital, this is a similar story.

This is for blood analysis. It's not working for more on that, for years.

Doctors say they're coping with but the blockade endangers lifes.  All these despite claims by Isarea that all the aids Gaza needs is getting in.

There are no restrictions whatsoever in supplying medicine to people of Gaza. If our shortage of particular items I wanna hear about them, and my government would like to faciliate and transfer the medicine that they needed.

In Badlah, in northern Gaza, some families are still living in tents a year and half after Isarea destroyed their homes in the operation castleg. Because Isarea won't allow enough cement in.

It's so diffulty living like this. Alfar Jihad told me the weather is too hot we can't cope with it. But there is nothing we can do.

Isarea is under pressure like never before to ease this blockade of Gaza. It is to allow more snack foods in, Coke Cola, biscuits and crisps. But cement to rebuilding these homes and spare parts for electornic supplies were remained severely restricted. Isarea's policy of Gaza must now change says Middle East Quartet envoy Tony Blair. "We are now to come to definitive position that allow us to say very clearly, you know, Gaza isn't a different situation because the Hormas take over but nonetheless for people in Gaza, they should have access to the normal things and normal life. "

Isarea says 150 trucks of aid enter into this strip every day, the UN says as 5 times as much it's needed.

Dominic Widecott, skynews, Gaza.
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The intensive care unit run * see children’s hospital. Try telling doctors here there is no humanitarian crisis in Gaza. They say Israel’s blockade is kept spare parts out of Gaza that eventually to machines with lethal consequences for two children this week.
“We couldn’t treat them, because many of them need these machines or these mechanic* to support *system for him. But we can’t do this, because this machine is damaged. * machine is damaged.”
“How many patients do you think may have died because of that?”
“Uh, I thought two patients at least in the last week, two patients.”
“Have died because they couldn’t get these machines.”
“Because these machines are breaking machines.”
Downstairs, the lab looks high tech, for doctor said shortage of chemicals means vital*blood test can’t be done. Nearby in shift hospital there’s a similar story.
“This is for blood test and analysis. It’s not*for more than four years.”
Doctors say they are coping but blockade is in dangerous lines. All this despite claim by Israel that all the aid that Gaza needs is getting in.
There are no restrictions what so ever in supplying medicines to the people in Gaza. If there are shortages particular I don’t think I want to hear about them. And my government were lack of facilitate to transfer medicines that needed.
In * here in Northern Gaza some family is still living in tents a year and half after restoring the destroyed homes in operation* because this *won’t allow enough cement.
“It’s so difficult living like this.” old*told me.
“The weather is too hot so we can’t cope with it. There is nothing we can do.”
Israel is under pressure like never before to ease the blockade of Gaza. It is to allow more snack foods in Coca-cola biscuits and crisps .But cement to rebuild this homes and spare parts for electric plants were remain severely restricted.
“Israel’s policy on Gaza must now change.” says to *voice Tony Blaire “We need now come to definite position that allow us to say very clearly. You know Gaza reason the different situation because Hamas take over but nonetheless people in Gaza should have access to the normal things in normal life.
Israel said a hundred and fifty of trucks aid enter the street every day. The UN says five times as much is needed
Dominic Waghorn Sky’s news Gaza
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The intensive care unit Rantissi children’s hospital. Try telling doctors here there is no humanitarian crisis in Gaza. They say Israel’s blockade has kept spare parts out of Gaza for ventilation machines with lethal consequences for two children this week.

We couldn’t treat them because they need the main equipment for them these machines or these mechanic ventilators to support his respiratory system for him but we can’t do this because this machine is damaged. Three machines damage in our ICU.

How many patients do you think may have died because of that?

I saw two patients at least in the last week, two patients.

Have died because they couldn’t go on these machines.

Because these machines are broken machines.

Downstairs the lab looks high-tech but doctors say shortage of chemicals means vital leukemia blood test can’t be done.

Nearby in Shafer Hospital there’s a similar story.

This is for blood / analysis it’s not working for more than four years. Doctors say they’re coping but the blockade endangers lives. All this despite claims by Israel that all the aids Gaza needs is getting in.

There are no restrictions whatsoever in supplying medicines to the people of Gaza. If there’re shortages of particular items I wanna hear about them and my government will act facilitator to transfer medicines that are needed.

In Bayt Lahiya in northern Gaza, some families are still living in tents a year and a half after Israel destroyed the homes in operation Cast Lead because Israel won’t allow enough cementing.

It’s so difficult living like this, A told me. The weather is too hard so we can’t cope with it but there is nothing we can do.

Israel is on the pressure like never before to ease its blockade of Gaza. It is to allow more snack foods in, Coke cola, biscuits and crisps but cements to rebuild these homes and spare parts for electrical plants will remain severely restricted. Israel’s policy on Gaza must now change, says Middle East quartet envoy Tony Blair.

We need now to come to a definitive position that allow us to say every clearly you know Gaza isn’t in a different situation because the Hamas take over but nonetheless the people in Gaza they should have excess to the normal things and normal life.

Israel says 150 trucks of aid entered the strip every day. The UN says five times as much is needed.
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The intensive care units at
Rantissi Children’s hospital. Try telling doctors here there is no humanitarian crisis in Gaza. They say Isreal’s blockade is kept spareparts out of Gaza for ventilator machines with lethal consequences for two children this week.


‘We couldn’t treat him because they need the main instrument for them, this machine or this mechanical ventilator to support his respiratory system for him but we can’t do this because this machine is damaged. Clearly machine is damaged, and all would I say you’

‘How many patients do you think may have died because of that?’

‘I saw two patients, at least, and last week, two patients. ‘

‘Have died because they couldn’t get this machine.’

Because of these machines, blocking machines.’

Downstairs the lab looks high-tech, for doctors say shortage of chemicals means vital lukemia blood test cann’t be done. Nearby in Shifa hospital, this is a similar story.

‘This is for blood gas analysis. It’s not working for more than, for the years.’

Doctors say they are coping but the blockade endangers lives. All these, despite claims by Isreal that all the aid Gaza needs is getting in.

There are no restrictions whatsoever in supplying medicines to the people of Gaza. If there are shortages of particular items I want to hear about them. And my government would like to facilitate the transfer of medicines that are needed. In Bayt Lahiya in northern Gaza, some faimlies are still living in tents a year and a half after Isreal destory the homes in operation Cast Lead because Isreal won’t allow enough cement in.

‘It’s so difficult living like this,’ O Shihada told me. ‘The weather is too hot that we cann’t cope with it but there is nothing we can do.’

Isreal is under pressure like never before to ease its blockade of Gaza. It is to allow more snack foods in: Coca-Cola, biscuits and crisps. But cements to rebuild these homes and spareparts for electronical appliances will remain severely restricted.

Isreal’s policy on Gaza must now change, says Middle East quartet envoy Tony Blair.

‘We need now to come to a definitive position that allows us to say very clearly, you know, Gaza is in a different situation because of the Hamas takeover. But nonetheless for people in Gaza they should have access to the normal things of normal life.’

Isreal says 150 trucks of aid enter the strip every day. The UN says five times as much is needed.


Dominic Waghorn, Sky News, Gaza.
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The intensive care units at Rantissi Children’s hospital. Try telling doctors here there is no humanitarian crisis in Gaza. They say Isreal’s blockade is kept spareparts out of Gaza for ventilator machines with lethal consequences for two children this week.

‘We couldn’t treat him because they need the main instrument for them, this machine or this mechanical ventilator to support his respiratory system for him but we can’t do this because this machine is damaged. Clearly machine is damaged, and all would I say you’

‘How many patients do you think may have died because of that?’

‘I saw two patients, at least, and last week, two patients. ‘

‘Have died because they couldn’t get this machine.’

‘Because of these machines, blocking machines.’

Downstairs the lab looks high-tech, for doctors say shortage of chemicals means vital leukemia blood test cann’t be done. Nearby in Shifa hospital, this is a similar story.

‘This is for blood gas analysis. It’s not working for more than, for the years.’

Doctors say they are coping but the blockade endangers lives. All these, despite claims by Isreal that all the aid Gaza needs is getting in.

There are no restrictions whatsoever in supplying medicines to the people of Gaza. If there are shortages of particular items I want to hear about them. And my government would like to facilitate the transfer of medicines that are needed. In Bayt Lahiya in northern Gaza, some faimlies are still living in tents a year and a half after Isreal destoryed the homes in operation Cast Lead because Isreal won’t allow enough cement in.

‘It’s so difficult living like this,’ O Shihada told me. ‘The weather is too hot that we cann’t cope with it but there is nothing we can do.’

Isreal is under pressure like never before to ease its blockade of Gaza. It is to allow more snack foods in: Coca-Cola, biscuits and crisps. But cements to rebuild these homes and spareparts for electronical appliances will remain severely restricted.

Isreal’s policy on Gaza must now change, says Middle East quartet envoy Tony Blair.

‘We need now to come to a definitive position that allows us to say very clearly, you know, Gaza is in a different situation because of the Hamas takeover. But nonetheless for people in Gaza they should have access to the normal things of normal life.’

Isreal says 150 trucks of aid enter the strip every day. The UN says five times as much is needed.
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