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May 30, 1986 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-05-30

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Report Blasts
Israel Neglect
Of Gaza Strip

Jerusalem (JTA) — A scath-
ing indictment of Israel's pol-
icies in the Gaza Strip was
published last weekend by the
West Bank-Gaza Data Base
Project here. The director of the
project, Meron Benvenisti, said
Gaza Arabs are far worse off
than those in the West Bank
and warned that unless massive
development programs are in-
stituted, the Gaza Strip would
turn into the "Soweto of the
Mideast."
The report, prepared by Har-
vard University researcher Sara
Roi, accused the Israeli auth-
orities of neglect and stated that
"if something is not done soon,"
conditions will get worse.
Sources at the Defense Ministry
which is responsible for the
Gaza Strip said they had not
seen the report and could not
comment on it.
The report called the Gaza
Strip one of the most densely
populated areas on earth. It
noted that some 525,000 Pales-
tinians live on 96 square miles.
One-third of the territory, 46
square miles, has been reserved
exclusively for Jewish settle-
ments which have a population
of only 2,200.
Infant mortality in the Gaza
Strip is four times that in Israel
and hospitals are woefully
understaffed and undersupplied,
•the report said. It noted that the
Shifa Hospital, the largest in
Gaza, lacks basic medical equip-
ment such as x-ray machines
and its sanitary conditions are
"at best abhorrent." The report
spoke of mice and roaches found
in filthy rooms with broken win-
dows where patients lay two to
a bed on torn, blood-stained
sheets.
Benvenisti said budgetary
constraints are no excuse for the
authorities not to grant the
Gaza inhabitants proper ser-
vices. He said Israel's income
from the Gaza Strip was greater
than its expenditures there. He
noted that 45,000 Gaza laborers
work in Israel, pay local taxes as
well as income tax and national
insurance in Israel which
amounts to "an occupation tax"
of $35 million a year.
According to the report, the
population of the Gaza Strip is
doubling every generation and
could reach 900,000 by the turn
of the century.

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