Gaza has often been invaded for its water. Every army leaving or entering the Sinai desert, whether Babylonians, Alexander the Great, the Ottomans, or the British, has sought relief there.
- The Conversation
But today the water of Gaza highlights a toxic situation that is spiralling out of control.
A combination of repeated Israeli attacks and the sealing of its borders by Israel and Egypt, have left the territory unable to process its water or waste.
When a hospital toilet is flushed, for instance, it seeps untreated through the…