July 25, 2014

The Shared Destiny of Israel and Gaza

Roger Cohen, New York Times

The Associated Press

Nobody is going away. The peoples of the Holy Land are condemned to each other. Without that realization, any truce, even any demilitarization of Gaza, will only be a way station to the next round of slaughter.

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TAGGED: Hamas, Palestine, Palestinians, Middle East, Gaza, Israel

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