The beast occupying Palestine open sewage dams flooding east, central areas of Gaza

 

Fuel shortages have caused daily life in the Gaza Strip to grind slowly to a halt since early November, as power plants and water pumps are forced to shut down, cutting off access to basic necessities for Gaza residents.
Lack of diesel fuel is a result of the tightening of a seven-year-long blockade imposed on the territory by Israel with Egyptian support.

Eyewitnesses said many residential areas and farming land east of Gaza city were flooded when the Israeli authorities opened up the dams.
The residents of the area appealed to the concerned authorities to intervene before sewage water completely submerge their properties.
Earlier on Friday, Chairman of Government’s Disaster Response Committee Yasser Shanti said the Israeli authorities opened up dams just to the east of the border with the Gaza Strip earlier in the day.
He warned that the residential areas within the Gaza Valley would be flooding within hours, saying the move would flood areas in Moghraqa and other parts of Deir el-Balah in central Gaza.
Shanti called upon residents of areas near the Gaza Valley to evacuate their homes in preparation for the anticipated flooding.
The Gaza Strip is currently under a state of emergency due to severe weather conditions caused by a historic storm front moving south across the Levant.
Fuel shortages have caused daily life in the Gaza Strip to grind slowly to a halt since early November, as power plants and water pumps are forced to shut down, cutting off access to basic necessities for Gaza residents.
Lack of diesel fuel is a result of the tightening of a seven-year-long blockade imposed on the territory by Israel with Egyptian support.
The Gaza Strip has been under a severe economic blockade imposed by the Israeli occupation since 2006.

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  1. The third thing to be destroyed during operation Cast Lead was the water system of Gaza. They bombed it to smithereens as well as ... and they still do this... destroy every water source for the Palestinians from wells with crap to purposefully pouring their garbage down into the valleys since the darned settlements are usually on the higher grounds. If the people leave buckets and barrels on the roof to collect rainwater they often find the water urinated or defecated into.

    This poisoning of Palestine lands is ongoing ~ livestock and children have been dying for years from the horrible genocidal settlers due to this sort of thing. Only now, of course, they go big time with it. Rather emblematic of the people.... the land is despoiled, literally shat upon, guess who visited? Yep, the chosenites....

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  2. And to think there are so many who support these well poisoners.

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