Sending a journalist into the cauldron of the Mideast conflict without any background knowledge is a sure way to produce uninformed articles. Sadly, The Times has published a feature by women’s issues writer Stefanie Marsh entitled “Hopeless in Gaza“. Hopeless is an accurate description of Marsh’s attempts to get to grips with her subject material.…
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