According to the Palestinian Center for Human Rights in Gaza, during the week beginning December 27, 2018, a disabled Palestinian man was killed by Israeli snipers, and 25 other civilians were wounded, including five children, a journalist and two paramedics. Those 26 Palestinians are among the two million or so, 80 percent of them refugees, still living in the Gaza Strip under military occupation, with insufficient water, food, and medicine amidst destroyed homes and infrastructure.

Many of the conditions they currently face can be traced back to Israel’s war on Gaza exactly ten years earlier.

Read the full article at Palestine Square.

Phyllis Bennis directs the New Internationalism Project at the Institute for Policy Studies.