My Thoughts On #Gaza

I have been asked recently about my thoughts on Gaza several times. Though I’m trying not to follow anything more than I can handle lately, given the turn up of Revolution in Egypt, another story. But anyway, here is my analysis of what usually happens, from a very personal, non-expert at all, point of view.

"People finally managed to enter #Khuzaa today and discovered the extent of the destruction. #Gaza #Palestine #Israel" tweets photojournalist @Lazsim

“People finally managed to enter #Khuzaa today and discovered the extent of the destruction. #Gaza #Palestine #Israel,” photojournalist @Lazsim tweeted.

All Gaza wars goal, specifically the last one, is to win Israeli votes. So the sequence is as follows:

2. Bomb
4, Continue as much as possible, till Israeli causalities reach the media
6. Work with Egypt’s government to crush Palestinians by closing the borders.
8. Votes flow in for elections or to stabilize the cabinet, even when the Israelis think that Israel didn’t really win. (Do people really think there can be winners anymore in wars? Who’s the loser now?)
And this goes on cycles, the only difference, this time, is Israeli media arm is beginning to fail, but on the ground, there is no difference. Many friends of mine in Gaza lost their homes and/or families and I’m not able to even say a word of support, the same as my feelings for what’s happening in Egypt, like Alaa puts it, of no hope and no despair. What words could be of comfort when I can’t even remotely hold myself together. This is not a “Russians love their children too“, it is a “Tear Down The Wall“.

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