|from National Review:
Graveless in Gaza [Lisa Schiffren]
Is this a great Alarabiya headline or what:
Israeli blockade leads to humanitarian disaster
Gaza runs out of cement to build graves
Two humanitarian suggestions:
1 - Gazans could stop killing each other so enthusiastically, so the annual supply of 1000 government provided graves doesn't get used up so fast.
2 - Gazans could stop killing Israelis, giving Israel a reason to relax the blockade.
3 - (This one is practical, not humanitarian) ? Gazans could build a cement factory of their own ? since their primary, or perhaps only, natural resource is SAND. That way they could continue murder and mayhem at the rate they are comfortable with ? and be able to build all the graves they need. And, an unintended though beneficial side affect might be that they begin to build an economy, too.