Israeli soldiers walk next to a tank at a staging area, near the border with the Gaza Strip July 13, 2014. REUTERS/Amir Cohen
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The Israeli offensive against the Gaza Strip has produced a death toll that is approaching 200 people, mainly civilians, a wide swathe of destruction in one of the most densely populated places on earth and yet another humanitarian crisis in the Arab world.On the ground, there have been a few instances of popular anger at what is taking place in Gaza, but the gatherings and protests have been matched by a number of robust rallies on several continents.In sad contrast, the Arab world is experiencing relatively little in the way of mass anger – at least expressed outside the home – and perhaps it's no surprise, when opinion-makers on television continue to treat Gaza as something worth only a bare minimum of effort and concern.
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