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In the summer of 2014 a 50-day conflict between Gaza and Israel saw the loss of over 2,200 Gazan lives, including scores of families classified as "erased". The world looked on with a mixture of horror and indifference, and the debate about the rights and wrongs polarised around intractable pro-Israeli or pro-Gazan positions. Sarah Helm had worked in Gaza during the 1990s as a correspondent covering the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, developing a deep respect for the people living there. In the years after she left, violent clashes began to make the events she had reported on look like mere skirmishes. During a period of relative quiet, Sarah decided to go back to Gaza, and see for herself what had become of the place she reported from two decades ago. This eBook is her personal account of what she found ...

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