Why is the Register publishing yet another analysis of the long dead “peace process” by Jeffrey Goldberg while ignoring the immense suffering of Palestinians in the Gaza Strip? On the day the column appeared, sewage was flowing in the streets of Gaza City, and garbage was left rotting on street corners. Sonic booms blasted at random. Water, which used to come from municipal pipes three or four times a week, had been cut back, and residents were scared it was becoming contaminated.
This was all before the devastating rainstorms that have caused thousands to leave their homes, a natural disaster on top of the disastrous decades of occupation and years of siege.
For more on this story, visit: Forum: Enough about ‘peace process:’ Gaza under siege.