GAZA CITY (AFP) - The boxy little white and blue vehicle draws plenty of curious stares as it chugs down the street. But this is no golf cart - it’s Gaza’s first hand-built electric car. It is the latest creation of Munther al-Qassas, a 32-year-old taxi driver from Gaza City who was looking for a novel way to get around as the tiny Palestinian enclave goes through its worst fuel crisis yet. “I thought about making a car which would suit our circumstances in Gaza, especially with the fuel crisis that forces people to stand in line for hours outside petrol stations or pay a huge amount of money” on the black market, he told AFP.