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The opinions, facts and any media content in them are presented solely by the authors, and neither The Times of Israel nor its partners assume any responsibility for them. Please contact us in case of abuse. In case of abuse, Palestinians in Gaza protest against the high cost of living and taxes in the coastal enclave on March 15,
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Please contact us in case of abuse. In case of abuse, Palestinians in Gaza protest against the high cost of living and taxes in the coastal enclave on March 15, The Israeli retaliation is predictable and I would say that while the shooting of the rockets might not have been predicted, they could be an expected possibility, given their very existence and positioning.
Also in the last few weeks, protesting Hamas prisoners have caused much harm. At Ramon prison, they set a fire, torching 14 beds, wounding an inmate and a staff member and more recently at Ketziot prison , they stabbed two guards, one seriously, setting off a riot in which 11 prisoners were reported hurt. The reason for the protests?
Because Israeli authorities have now begun jamming the signals of cellphones. Prisoners who illegally smuggle them in use them to conduct terror activities outside of prison walls. What happens inside the prisons affects what happens outside; this article from al-Monitor explains a lot of the dynamics — it is worth registering to read. The riots, by all accounts, could have been predicted.
But what has not been predictable in my eyes, is what is going on in the Gaza Strip. And this element of unpredictability may open up the possibility for a change in the status quo.
Or it may not. On Thursday , March 14, dozens first gathered in both northern and central Gaza to protest the high cost of living and rising taxes. Hamas used live fire and beat protesters, arrested protesters including many from Fatah and detained journalists and researchers. The PA asked Egypt to intervene and Qatar was asked to as well. On Sunday , March 17 it was reported that seven reporters had been brutally beaten, four of them requiring hospitalization, their cellphones and equipment confiscated.
What I would like to see, I fear, is so completely unlikely that it is depressing. I would like to see the Palestinians have a unified leadership that wants to work towards peaceful coexistence. I would also like to see Israelis led by the same vision and a coalition that wants to figure out what the future should look like and do what it can to get the country there safely. I would like to see Israelis take the same kind of humanitarian approach to Gazans as they have to Syrians, recognizing that residents are caught in political situations not of their own making, and need aid.
I would like to see that the antipathy that Palestinians have towards Trump not prevent them from taking a serious look at whatever peace proposal is brought to them following the Israeli elections — because it is better to have something to talk about than nothing. I would like to see some kind of forward-looking grassroots alternative rise up to present its vision and to force elections in both the West Bank and Gaza.
I would like none of this to be accompanied by violence. I would like to see Israeli voters go into their elections guided not by fear and scare tactics but by the idea of working together. And I know all of these are pipe dreams.
How do we ever get out of this mire? About the Author Born in Brooklyn and raised on Lawn Guyland, Wendy lived in Jerusalem for over a decade submerged in Israeli culture; she has been soaked in Southern life in metro Atlanta since returning to the U. Recently remarried, this Ashkenazi mom of three Mizrahi sons, 26, 23 and 19, splits her time between managing knowledge in corporate America, pursuing a dual masters in public administration and integrated global communications, blogging, relentlessly Facebooking, once-in-a-while veejaying, enjoying the arts and digging out of the post-move carton chaos of her and her husband’s melded household.
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