July 29, 2014

Israel Is Tearing Down Gaza

Jesse Rosenfeld, The Daily Beast

The Associated Press

Israel’s assault on Gaza has hit a new level of intensity as its navy, artillery, drones and F16s rain fire on residents across the besieged strip. As the dust cleared this morning after a night of bombardment that felt as if it would never end, Gaza’s main power plant was out of commission and the already brittle civilian infrastructure lay in shards.

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TAGGED: Hamas, Gaza, Israel


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