How to Report on the Next War in Gaza

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After Hamas spent months repeatedly attacking Israel’s border with Gaza, including dispatching fiery kites that consumed 2,260 acres of land—that’s just about three Central Parks laid to waste—Israel responded this week by shutting the Kerem Shalom crossing, banning anything save for food and medicine. It’s a completely rational move—no sane nation ought to continue and furnish a terrorist organization dedicated to its destruction with the means and goods to do so—but nonetheless a blow to Gaza’s economy, already struggling under Hamas’ mismanagement. If you’re the betting sort, it’s safe to say that another round of fighting between Israel and Hamas is coming soon, an opinion both sides seem to share.

It’s like déjà vu all over again.

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