One question left in Gaza: Death by massacre or lack of electricity? by Haidar Eid in Middle East Eye

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For those who are not familiar, the debate amongst Gazans nowadays is whether a direct military assault – that is the use of bombs and guns carried out by apartheid Israel – is a better way to die than through an incremental genocide, the intensifying blockade that has been imposed on our tiny strip for 10 years.

… The terror of it is that Gazans die every day, but death from illness as a result of dirty water or the lack of a life-saving operation, starvation due to the crops that fail to grow without sufficient irrigation, or babies dying because they cannot be kept warm in their first few days of life, these ways of dying do not make the news headlines.

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