Terribly Bloodied, Still Breathing

We have learned the language of the war that the Israelis are waging on the collective captive population of Gaza- to distinguish between the sounds of the weaponry used, the timing between the first missile strikes and the inevitable second- targeting those that rush to tend to and evacuate the wounded, to recognize the signs of the different chemical weapons being used in this onslaught, to overcome the initial vulnerability of recognizing our own mortality. Full Story »

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by Tony Litwinko - Jan. 17, 2009

This piece rates high, for drama, for detail, for a sense of witness in its pure narration, with the best stories that come out of wartime journalism. Even the testimonial, which some may see as "partial to the Palestinians" gives witness to a continuation of dedication in the face of this terrible onslaught of high technology and relentlessness.

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