LOST OPPORTUNITIES. Photon Courier recommends a Jewish World Review story of The Gaza Riviera.

I saw this fabulous strip of hotels and casinos right by a sparkling ocean. I imagined thousands of proud Palestinians working with smiles on their faces to serve the thousands of tourists from around the world who were coming to their little strip of ocean paradise.

Behind this paradise, I saw a bustling economy, where the highest quality produce was grown and exported; where entrepreneurs built software companies, banks and advertising agencies; where a university attracted students from around the world; where local culture and the arts thrived; and where you could take the Orient Express train to Beirut, Cairo and, yes, even Tel Aviv.

Read. Understand. Consider.

Consider also this: I recall when the best Mediterranean beaches were in Beirut. (This is after the Nazis stopped using the south of France for liberty.)

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