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Drinking the Sea at Gaza: Days and Nights in a Land Under Siege

This book is about Amira Hass
"Drinking the Sea at Gaza: Days and Nights in a Land Under Siege" takes readers deep into the heart of Gaza through the eyes of Amira Hass, the first Israeli journalist to live in the tumultuous region. Published on June 1, 2000, this poignant work blends wartime reportage with personal narrative to illuminate the struggles and resilience of the Palestinian people under siege. Hass's narrative is a tapestry of personal anecdotes, from navigating the dangers of sealed borders to capturing the shifting sands of hope and despair as the peace process falters. Her reflections offer not only a profound insight into the daily hardships faced but also highlight the eloquence, humor, and moral courage of a community clinging to dignity against overwhelming odds. Ideal for college students studying immigrant rights and racial justice, this book challenges readers to reconsider their perspectives on humanity and conflict, urging a closer look at the complex tapestry of struggle and resilience in Gaza.
Published by Picador on June 1, 2000
400 pages
ISBN: 9780805057409
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