The waiting game
We waited, compulsively mulling next steps, our minds trapped in logic loops of conventional wisdom with a 12-hour shelf life, most of which intersected at the junction of, will we or won't we invade Gaza?
The waiting game is over. If the cease-fire holds, there will be no ground invasion of Gaza. At least, not now. For eight days, our locale determined our reality. Around 15 percent of the country was under direct attack, while a much broader band had rockets skirting its daily consciousness and, as of Wednesday, bus bombings.