Why as Jews, as Israelis, we must repent for Gaza’s dead
We must all question how justified the massive death count was of innocents in Gaza, whatever the extenuating circumstances. We must investigate our actions, not to save face but so we can face ourselves. By Rabbi Daniel Landes
Promising Palestinian soccer star among the conflict’s dead
Once a Palestinian haven, affluent Gaza town reduced to rubble
Click here for the full story:
'It is like an earthquake hit:' a visit to what remains of the once-leisurely town of Khuzaa.
21-year-old Roy Peles, an avid beach volleyball player from Tel Aviv, was killed by an anti-tank missile in Gaza. His friends mourn, but say the game must go on: “Of course we’ll keep playing,” says his friend. “Roy didn’t go off to fight in Gaza so that we would sit at home, hide under our blankets and cry, but so we that we could live.”