Now that Israel has declared a ceasefire in Gaza and withdrawn its troops from what it calls the border, it is only time before the attention of the world's media also fades. At any given time, most of the Western media is, in any case, a willing victim of Israel's well honed policy of Hasbara (in case you don't know what Hasbara is and how it works, then here are three links to help you: link one, link two and link three).
We at Pragoti have, in its own limited ways, tried to highlight this tragic and criminal war from a strong anti-imperialist and humanitarian perspective. Now that the actual hostilities by Israel have stopped, it is all the more necessary to keep the spotlight on Israel's crimes by bringing together the best of analysis and insight on this issue. The principle tragedy of the matter is not that Israel is killing thousands of innocent civillians but that it has been successful in depriving an entire people of their land, history and humanity for six decades now without facing any significant public outcry.
[Updated: Now with complete transcript]. A wide-ranging interview with Noam Chomsky by Subrata Ghoshroy.