Gulf News adds:
Speaking to Gulf News, Fawzi Barhoum, Hamas spokesman, said that the failure to deliver fuel to Gaza and the power shortage has paralysed life there.
"The death of the three children is a crime and Israel is responsible for it."
"The victims' family and Gaza will not forgive Israel for this crime," he said.
Barhoum said that Israel and some groups in the Palestinian National Authority (PNA) were also responsible for causing a delay in delivering fuel to Gaza Strip.
"Egypt is required to act and come to the rescue," he said.
He called on Arab countries to immediately intervene to save the Gaza Strip from an environmental and humanitarian disaster that Hamas has deliberately caused.
Hamas is cynically promoting Gazan suffering in order to extort money and aid from Arab states. And still none of the leaders of those states are willing to publicly respond that they'll only help when Hamas acts like they care about their own people. The fear of Islamists taking Hamas' side seems to be enough to cause them to keep any of their reservations about Hamas' manipulations to themselves.
Meanwhile, Gazans are waiting in lines from morning to night to get a gallon of petrol.
(h/t Jeff T)