The Jewish state punishes all the Gazan people for the acts of a few:
More than 400 would-be university students remain trapped in the Gaza Strip, unable to leave for studies abroad – including one accepted at Ryerson University – and now the Israel Broadcasting Authority is refusing to accept paid advertisements calling attention to their plight.
“There’s a clause in the broadcasting authority’s rules that allows them to refuse a paid ad if the issue is `politically or ideologically controversial,'” said Sari Bashi, executive director of Gisha, an Israeli organization advocating freedom of movement for Palestinians.
“But it’s not a controversial statement to say that everybody, including Gazans, deserves an education.”
Collective punishment is illegal under international law.