Gideon Levy writes: Gaza is dying, slowly. Elsewhere, its suffering matters to no one. No one in Washington, or Brussels, or Jerusalem, or Cairo nor even in Ramallah. Incredibly, there is evidently almost no one who cares that two million people are abandoned to the dark at night and to the sweltering heat of the summer days, with nowhere to run and no shred of hope. Nothing.
One of the biggest experiments involving human subjects ever conducted anywhere is currently taking place right before our eyes, and the world is silent. This experiment on human beings, unsanctioned by any of the international scientific institutions whose oversight is required by the Helsinki Declaration, seeks to examine the human behaviour of no fewer than two million human beings in situations of extreme stress and deprivation. Read on here