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Trapped: Stories Of Palestinians In Gaza And Migrant Workers In Uttarakhand

Outlook’s next issue, Trapped, explores two simultaneous circumstances -- First, how the road to peace in Gaza becomes more torturous as the old strategies crumble under new rubbles. Second, the cries of the families of the migrant workers who remain trapped inside the Uttarkashi tunnel.

Outlook issue: Trapped
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“The portrait, for the olive tree is neither green
nor silver.
The olive tree is the color of peace, if peace needed
A color.”
—from The Second Olive Tree By Mahmoud Darwish
(Translated by Marilyn Hacker)

Over a million olive trees have been uprooted by the settlers in occupied Palestine since 1967 to build new settlements, according to Haaretz newspaper and other agencies.
 

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Illustration: Chaitanya Rukumpur Illustration: Chaitanya Rukumpur

Ever since Israel's war on Gaza began in the early weeks of October, over 11,000 Palestinians have been killed while 8,84,000 have been internally displaced. 

Simultaneously, after a 400-hour hiatus, 41 migrant workers, who were trapped inside the collapsed Silkyar tunnel for 17 days, were rescued. 

Outlook’s next issue, Trapped, explores two simultaneous circumstances -- First, how the road to peace in Gaza becomes more torturous as the old strategies crumble under new rubbles. Second, the cries of the families of the migrant workers who remain trapped inside the Uttarkashi tunnel.

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