Barely three percent of Gaza’s drinking water wells is fit for human consumption, and the crisis is claiming lives.
Sandy Tolan is author of the international bestseller, The Lemon Tree, and of the acclaimed Children of the Stone, about one Palestinian’s dream to es... tablish music schools under Israel’s military occupation. He is a professor at the Annenberg School for Journalism and Communication at the University of Southern California.
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