We all see the wanton carnage and loss of innocent civilians in Gaza on our television screens, in newspapers and on the web. We also learn that the Israeli government has denied access to Gaza for the world’s media despite its country's Supreme Court ruling otherwise.
The Foreign Press Association said this denial amounts to a violation of press freedom and puts the state of Israel in the company of a handful of regimes around the world which regularly keep journalists from doing their jobs.” (Source: The New York Times).
Despite the clamp on the media, some courageous Palestinian photographers have worked in Gaza, putting their lives at risk, working under unimaginable difficulties, and facing incalculable psychological damage from documenting all they see. So I thought of naming them here...a small tribute to their courage:
In the meantime we wait to hear from Elie Wiesel, the celebrated "humanitarian" voice who famously said:
"...to remain silent and indifferent is the greatest sin of all..."
Will you at least whisper the same words Mr Wiesel, or are the Palestinian dead children in the above picture still not worth it?