Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Robert Fisk: Gaza's defiant tunnellers head deeper underground

They are threatened with drowning by the Egyptians and punitively taxed by Hamas. Our correspondent meets the Palestinian smugglers bringing oranges, car batteries and bottle tops to a territory under siege

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  1. I may if you wish lose my livelihood
    I may sell my shirt and bed
    I may work as a stone cutter
    A street sweeper, a porter
    Or rummage your garbage for food
    O enemy of the sun
    I shall not compromise
    And to the last pulse of my veins
    I shall resist.

    Palestinian poet Samih Al-Qassem