Gaza Weeps

 Gaza Weeps
Publisher: Self-Published (eBook)
Published Date: August 2013

Israel launches Operation Cast Lead. Waiting for the Israelis is Azad, a member of the Palestinian resistance. Through his memories of growing up in Gaza we are taken on a journey into the impact of the Israeli occupation. At the same time a soldier in the Golani Brigade, Gabi, shares his experiences of growing up in Brooklyn and his Zionist awakening.

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Reviewed by: Noor Ahmad

December 2008. The deadly Israeli assault on Gaza, lasting three weeks as the Strip was invaded by land, sea and air known as Operation Cast Lead sets the theme in John Wight's novel as he explores two different individuals on each side of the border, hours preceding the assault. Written beautifully, my concerns were raised by the glaringly...

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