Smoke is seen after an Israeli strike over the Gaza Strip July 22, 2014. IREUTERS/Baz Ratner
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The Palestinian issue has long been called the central issue in the Arab world, but the relative lack of popular anger amid the ongoing Israeli onslaught against the Gaza Strip should serve as a wake-up call.Thanks to technological developments, people today are interconnected as never before – but the same technology can divert people's attention toward trivial things; the Arab world's satellite television stations and social media reflect a huge level of interest in everything except Palestine at a time of crisis.
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