The Killing of Gaza: Reports on a Catastrophe

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Verso Books, Oct 1, 2024 - Political Science - 288 pages
Reportage from the frontline of the crisis in the Middle East from a leading Israeli journalist

Gideon Levy is one of the most respected critics of Israel's apartheid policies against the Palestinian people. He is the outspoken award-winning journalist who has been writing on the conflict for decades.

In The Killing of Gaza he brings together his on-the-ground perspectives of the events leading up to the October 7th attack and the ensuing devastation of Gaza.

His clear-eyed analysis is a vital aperture into current events but he also brings essential historical and political context to the moment. He is unafraid to speak truth to power, and his work is an urgent rebuttal to the propaganda that is distributed through the mainstream press throughout the world.

Levy's words should be read by anyone who wants to get the heart of this most brutal conflict and see for themselves that silence is no longer possible in the face of such atrocity.
 

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About the author (2024)

Gideon Levy is an Israeli journalist, born in Tel Aviv. He has written regularly for Haaretz. He has won a number of humanitarian awards for his work on the Israel/Palestine conflict including the Olaf Palme award in 2016 and in 2021, Israel's top award for Journalism, the Sokolov Award. He is the author of The Punishment of Gaza.

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