"People in Gaza are waiting in lines for almost everything, and that's if they're lucky enough to find something to wait for," says Bassam Nasser, 39.
An aid worker in Gaza City, he, like so many others there, including the UN relief agency, says living conditions are the worst he has ever seen in the strip.
"People queue for two or three hours for bread, but sometimes there's no cooking gas or flour, so no bread.
"People wait in line for UN food handouts, but sometimes there aren't any. The suffering is reaching every aspect of life."
As well as working for an American development agency, Mr Nasser is a Gazan, and a father.
"I've got three young children. It's difficult to explain to them that it's not my fault we don't have electricity and that it's not in my control."
Israel is acting just like the Nazis did. The images of suffering from Palestine could just as easily be images of the suffering in the Warsaw Ghetto.