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It's hard to find a scrap of hope in Gaza. Perhaps just this: The number of righteous, including Jews, bearing witness, and seeking justice for the Palestinian people. Rejecting the tired claim the violence is "for us, for our ancestors, for our children," Jews are refusing, occupying, hauntingly reading the mourners' Kaddish over Gaza's dead and vowing to end the "inhuman wilderness" they are seeing. It's not much, but it's something. In the name of the innocents lost, of blessed memory.

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