Two US congressmen visit humanitarian aid projects, ruins in Gaza

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April 7, 2009 18:35

Two US congressmen made a rare visit to the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, meeting with aid workers and touring scenes of destruction left by Israel's military offensive. Reps. Bob Inglis and Stephen F. Lynch pointedly avoided contact with Hamas, which rules Gaza and which the United States, European Union and Israel consider a terrorist organization. Lynch, a Democrat from Massachusetts, said the world must find a way to address a "legitimate humanitarian crisis" in Gaza. "We need to act with some urgency here. There is a humanitarian crisis going on and we can't dawdle," Lynch told the Associated Press.


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