The proposed amount would have suffice for a day or so (https://time.com/6328314/gaza-doctors-h ... city-fuel/)https://www.theguardian.com/world/2023/ ... rael-hamas
Israel has told civilians to leave and medics to send patients elsewhere. It says it has attempted to evacuate babies from the neonatal ward and left 300 litres of fuel to power emergency generators at the hospital entrance, but that the offers were blocked by Hamas.
Qidra denied rejecting the offers of fuel but said the 300 litres would power the hospital for only half an hour. Shifa needed 8,000-10,000 litres of fuel a day, which must be delivered by the Red Cross or an international aid agency, he said.
No doubt you have a formula to compute how many calories per day a person in Gaza needs.
One big LIE.
"Dr. Ahmed Mhanna, manager of Al-Awda hospitals in northern Gaza, said Monday that the hospital only had enough fuel to run another three to four days. They have been relying on two generators that have been consuming more than 13 liters per hour, he says. “If there’s no fuel, it means the generator will stop. If the generator will stop, the hospital will stop. We will close,” he says."
Hamas hoards around 200,000 gallons https://www.nbcnews.com/news/investigat ... rcna122977
P.S. Just for your reference, Cuch, last time I checked Palestinians don't get their calories from fuel (as opposed to Ireland).