Cameron's Camp Confusion

On the day that the Prime Minister upset supporters and many of his closest allies by describing Gaza as a “prison camp”, over in the prison yard things look a little different. Check out the new shopping mall that opened in Gaza just ten days ago:

How did that go up without building materials?

Or what about those near famine like conditions? The markets seem thriving and richer citizens can enjoy all sorts of restaurants:

Gaza offers beaches and even an Olympic-sized swimming pool. Who is running this “prison camp”, Ken Clarke?


Update : The Indy’s John Rentoul emails to say he tweeted a link to this earlier. He clearly has the same Mossad Liaison Officer as Guido.

Anyway, who fancies a beer on the beach in Gaza?




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