Arnaud De Borchgrave brings up a very interesting point in UPI:
With oil at $60 a barrel, Saudi Arabia is now raking in some $500 million each and every day of the year, which adds up to $182 billion a year. Tiny Abu Dhabi is approaching $200 million a day. The six Gulf Cooperation Council countries will make $300 billion this year from their oil exports.
If Arab oil producers would just kick in a day or two of their oil royalties to bail out their Palestinian brethren, Gaza could be rebuilt into a modern city-state.
They could help by stopping to support the terroist organizations such as Hamas, too.