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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Aaron Tate
"One year after the earthquake, the situation in Haiti remains extremely grave and extremely serious. Overall reconstruction of the country has been much slower than anyone would have liked," said relief worker Aaron Tate, the Haiti earthquake response coordinator for Church World Service. "Haitians are frustrated, and I'm frustrated."
In a country with so many problems, "it's easy to blame the government, the international humanitarian organizations and even the Haitian people for the problems of the last year," Mr. Tate said.