Tag Archives: Humanitarian crisis

What happened to the humanitarian crisis in Gaza?

The official blog of the Israeli army recently featured a photo of a shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur, claiming the image was from Gaza. It may have been an honest mistake, but there is a lesson to be learned from it. Continue reading

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Ralph Nader claims Gaza is a Gulag. Is that useful?

Nader, who ran for president in the US several times, has written an error-laden op-ed. Does the hyperbole really help residents of Gaza? Continue reading

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Six more misconceptions about Gaza (the international edition)

In the last post, we attempted to delineate some of the common misconceptions or simplifications about Gaza, which, broadly speaking, are heard most often in Israel. This week, we’d like to list a few more that usually come at us from abroad. Continue reading

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