Argument: No humanitarian crisis in Gaza; blockade is OK
Israeli PM, Benjamin Netanyahu: "There is no humanitarian crisis in Gaza. Each week, an average of 10,000 tons of goods go into Gaza. There's no shortage of food, medicine, or other goods."
Daniel Gordis. "A botched raid, a vital embargo." New York Times. June 2, 2010: "Yet, despite widespread criticism at the way the raid was conducted, few here doubted that stopping the flotilla was the right thing to do. Life in Gaza is unquestionably oppressive; no one in his right mind would choose to live there. But there is no humanitarian crisis in Gaza; if anyone goes without food, shelter or medicine, that is by the choice of the Hamas government, which puts garnering international sympathy above taking care of its citizens. Israel has readily agreed to send into Gaza all the food and humanitarian supplies on the boats after they had been inspected for weapons."