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Chaos and Bloodshed in Gaza
 
Today’s recommended reading involves very little reading — it is a series of photos illustrating the violence and bloodshed in Gaza. Photos, of course, do not tell the complicated history that led us to this moment, but they do serve to humanize the stakes. It is easy for Americans to become numb to a conflict that has lasted decades, and it would do us well to consciously remember its human cost. —Ezekiel Kweku, politics editor, Daily Intelligencer
 
 
 
 
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