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Argument: Blockade unjustly prevents building supplies entering Gaza

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Robert Marquand. "Never mind the 'Freedom Flotilla.' Is Israel's Gaza blockade legal?" Christian Science Monitor. June 8, 2010: "Lists of items forbidden to enter under the blockade include everything from canned fruit and fishing rods to musical instruments, donkeys, and nutmeg. A ban on concrete and iron, carried by the “Freedom Flotilla,” aims to stop the building of rocket-proof bunkers – but has hampered reconstruction in the wake of Israel’s 2009 offensive to stop Hamas rocket fire."

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