Gaza: Preparing for Dawn

Publisher Oneworld Publications
Published October 25, 2017
Paperback 368 Pages
Language English
ISBN 978-1786071064

Uniquely imprisoned, most Palestinians in Gaza cannot travel beyond the confines of the Strip, and in times of war escape is impossible. They live under siege – economic and armed – and yet so many remain courageous, outspoken and steadfast.

Donald Macintyre lays bare Gaza’s human tragedy and reveals how it became a crucible of conflict and a byword for suffering. He identifies the repeated failings – including those of the international community – that have seen countless opportunities for peace pass by. Yet, against all odds, hope for a better future lingers.

Gaza was once a flourishing coastal civilization open to the world. Could it be so again?

About the Author


Donald Macintyre

Donald Macintyre is a British journalist on The Independent. After working at the Birmingham Sunday Mercury, Macintyre moved to the Daily Express as an industrial reporter, subsequently becoming Labour Editor at The Sunday Times and Times. He joined The Sunday Telegraph as Political Editor in 1987, leaving it for the short-lived Sunday Correspondent in 1990 before joining first The Independent on Sunday and then The Independent as Political Editor (1993-96). Macintyre...

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