Elder Of Ziyon: Call the NGOs! Prices for guns and ammunition soar in Gaza

Egypt’s destruction of smuggling tunnels on the Gaza border is having an economic impact — on the price of guns and ammunition.

Firas Press reports that Gaza arms dealers are frustrated by Egypt’s actions of destroying tunnels with either explosives or by flooding them with waste water.

Arms dealer “Abu Mohammed” said that arms smuggling operations have been suspended since mid-February and this has had an impact on the availability of weapons, missiles and ammunition which has led to higher prices in the market…

h/t Marvin

  • Minicapt

    Always the little guy feels the pain first.


  • Reader

    I am sure all the “peace” groups like Oxfam, CAIA, IJV, NIMN, CPT, HRW ectetera will start doing fundraisers to solve the weapons shortage due to the arms embargo.

  • Chatillon

    Naaa. Can’t fool me! This picture is from York University, not Gaza.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    According to the Israelly Cool blog, the destruction of the tunnels has also cut off the supply of addictive drugs and forced addicts into mass withdrawal agonies.