The outcome of the war between Israel and Hamas will have a significant impact on the future of the Palestinians, Israel, and the broader Middle East.
In our previous issue, we discussed the shocking 7 October attacks and Israel's response. Our November issue offers an in-depth exploration of the post-conflict situation in Gaza.
We will delve into the various dimensions of the war and its far-reaching consequences, examining how it affects prospects for peace, the Palestinian cause and the regional landscape. Through insights from experts and journalists, we present possible scenarios for the day after.
The fires of war, displacement, and Israel's intensified bombing campaign in Gaza have inflicted casualties on thousands of civilians and forced over half of the 2.4 million population to seek refuge in the southern part of the Strip.
The ongoing violence and terror only worsen the plight of civilians. Simultaneously, it has rekindled an older plan among certain Israeli officials to displace hundreds of thousands of people into Egypt's Sinai.
Fears of a new Nakba
This displacement initiative has evoked memories of the Nakba of 1948, when Palestinians were forced to flee their land to neighbouring countries when Israel created its state, taking with them only the keys to their houses, memories of their homeland, and overwhelming heartache.
The resurrection of this project has sparked Arab summits and meetings aimed at coordinating a response to this unfolding situation.