The New York Times Article: “How to Think Through the Moral Tangle in Gaza”

“We probably know what an eventual Israeli-Palestinian peace deal would look like. The plan was outlined in the Clinton parameters of 2000 and in the Geneva Accord of 2003. The only question is how many innocent people on both sides will die before we get there.”


Nicholas Kristof analyzes the many moral complexities around the current war in Gaza in the New York Times, and explains why all of them boil down to one simple imperative: working towards peace.


Read the full article here.

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