A useful analysis of Gaza's power supply


IRINNews publishes a quick and effective analysis of the various sources of power to Gaza and what happens when it gets there.
Three points of information to note:

* 1, that (as you dear readers know) the World Bank’s assessment that only one goods crossing serves the whole of Gaza is incorrect (there are currently 3 crossings from Israel and one from Egypt)

* 2, that despite Israel bizarrely bombing the Gaza power plant in 2006, Egypt then supplied all the parts necessary to fix it and offered to send experts to carry out the work

* and 3, that despite the caption under the final image, we all know that the last (insufficient) fuel delivery was made last Wednesday.