Sharp as Teeth and Stars

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Tue Nov 20
In Israel, they talk of “mowing the lawn” in Gaza, a callous idiom used to refer to the periodic bombardment of a besieged territory in the hopes of reducing the capacity of militant groups every few years. Each time they “mow,” however, they sow seeds of hatred for the next generation. How successful, morally or militarily, is a war whose repetition is planned? Yousef Munayyer  on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Continue reading. (via newyorker)

(via newyorker)