British leader calls Gaza a prison camp

“Gaza cannot and must not be allowed to remain a prison camp.”

David Cameron blames Israel for the Islamic missery in Gaza during a visit to Turkey.

British Prime Minister David Cameron was in Turkey on a solidarity visit Tuesday, hoping to boost relations with a key NATO ally which Britain views as critical to regional stability.

Addressing a meeting of businessman in Ankara Cameron said that Israel’s May 31 interception of the Mavi Marmara flotilla was “completely unacceptable,” and added that “Gaza cannot and must not be allowed to remain a prison camp.”

However, he added that Israel’s internal probe of the Mavi Marmara incident would be sufficient as long as it was done quickly and transparently, a position at odds with his hosts who want an international probe.

He also used his address to urge Turkey to play a more active role in resolving the nuclear standoff between Iran and the International Community and gave his support for Turkey’s bid to join the European Union.


My comment:

David Cameron is right in a way. The people of Gaza is held prisoner. But not because of misconduct of the Jewish state of Israel.  But because of an Radical Islamic occupation on Gaza, ruled by ruthless and cold blooded murders.

So how do the Conservative Prime Minister relates to the realities on the ground, during his present visit to Turkey.

He blames Israel for the Islamic misery of Gaza, to please the Islamic regime in Ankara.

By covering up the criminal and oppressive regime in Gaza, He participate in their crimes. That is really bad for the United Kingdom.

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