Eyes in Gaza

; Erik Fosse ; Guy Puzey (Oversetter) ; Frank Stewart (Oversetter)

During the course of Israel's twenty-two-day military offensive in 2009 on the Gaza Strip 1,300, mostly civilian, Palestinians were killed, with many thousands more injured. Once again, the Palestinian Community lay in ruins. Les mer
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During the course of Israel's twenty-two-day military offensive in 2009 on the Gaza Strip 1,300, mostly civilian, Palestinians were killed, with many thousands more injured. Once again, the Palestinian Community lay in ruins. Despite the Israeli authorities' attempt to shut out aid workers and the media from the conflict zone, NORWAC (the Norwegian Aid Committee) succeeded in getting some of its envoys into the heart of Gaza City, including two doctors: Mads Gilbert and Erik Fosse. For some time, the two were the only Western eyewitnesses in Gaza. This book is an account of their experience during sixteen harrowing days from 27 December 2008 to 12 January 2009. Each chapter covers just one day, as the reader follows the doctors' journey through the ravaged city, treating local Palestinians and hearing their stories. Hailed by the influential Norwegian newspaper Klassekampen as 'the best book of 2009', this shocking yet sober account sheds much-needed light on this recent chapter of one of the most prolonged and complex conflicts of our time.

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Mads Gilbert is a Norwegian anaesthesiologist and professor of anaesthesiology at the Faculty of Medicine at the University of North Norway. Erik Fosse is a Norwegian cardiothoracic and general surgeon and professor of surgery at the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Oslo. Both have served extensively as doctors with NORWAC as well as the Norwegian Palestine Committee in the Palestinian Territories and Lebanon. Fosse is also Chairman of NORWAC, which both authors co-founded.