As a victorious army takes select reporters on a guided hospital tour, has the media asked Trump whether Biden has done enough to push Israel’s government to protect civilian life in Gaza? Exactly what would DT have done differently? What’s his peace plan? Did Trump Administration policies help spark/prevent the current conflict? What could it have done differently?
What is the best path to prevent slaughter in future? What are the consequences for US foreign policy and government spending/debt if peace is not achieved? If the violence in Israel/Palestine escalates?
Can the Netanyahu government make the case that the liquidation of much of Gaza and resulting civilian casualties are a credible deterrent to future violence against Israel?
If Israel has a right to exist, does Palestine also have a right to exist?
“GAZA CITY — To enter Gaza now is to arrive in hell…
“Before the war, even during previous wars, donkey carts and Toyotas shouldered past each other in Gaza City’s chaotic intersections. The poorest fishermen powered their boats with cooking oil and sold their catch from blankets on the sidewalk. There was a mall with flashy sneaker stores and a recently opened cat cafe.
“It was an enclave of poverty and power shortages that also bore a fierce pride of place. Northern Gaza — a vital center of Palestinian culture and identity — has become a smoking, reeking ruin.”