Unless the international outcry at Israel is matched by action, there will be no relief for the Palestinians.
Two weeks ago Donald Macintyre reported from Gaza on the plight of ten-year-old Mohammed Badran, blinded in an Israeli air strike. Here, he gives an update on his treatment.
The grossly asymmetrical casualties inflicted on the Palestinians have obscured another important question: how far have they even been worth it from Israel’s point of view? By Donald Macintrye.
Thirty years later questions still haunt many of those who took part. Could the outcome have been different?