There is no end game for Gaza




Fig. 1. The ruins of a terminal at the Gaza airport. Image by Said Khatib (Agence France-Presse) on September 9, 2018, via the Times of Israel,[1] fair use.

If not Hamas, who will run Gaza? It turns out this is a real question—and Israel doesn’t have an answer.[2]

Ishaan Tharoor, “Israel’s Gaza offensive stirs a wave of global protest,” Washington Post, October 29, 2023,

Adam Gabbatt, “‘This war is prophetically significant’: why US evangelical Christians support Israel,” Guardian, October 30, 2023,

Joseph Stepansky and Farah Najjar, “Israel-Hamas war live: Dozens killed in Jabalia camp strike – Gaza official,” Al Jazeera, October 31, 2023,

Hussein Ibish, “Israel’s Dangerous Delusion,” Atlantic, November 1, 2023,




Fig. 1. Post-collapse scene at the Fern Hollow Bridge, photograph by National Transportation Safety Board, January 29, 2022, via Wikimedia Commons, public domain.

Megan Tomasic, “Pittsburgh changes pay structure after pushback to purple curb parking program,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, November 1, 2023,

  1. [1]Agence France-Presse and Times of Israel, “20 years after its opening, destroyed Gaza airport embodies grounded peace hopes,” Times of Israel, September 12, 2018,
  2. [2]Hussein Ibish, “Israel’s Dangerous Delusion,” Atlantic, November 1, 2023,

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