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Disgusted by Israel? Grossed Out by Oil? Then Do NOT Read This
June 5, 2010
Once a gigantic oil spill (the size of the Exxon Valdez spill of 1989) and Israel’s excessive force were married not just in time, but in the selfsame event.
Namely, in the Israeli military’s rollick through Lebanon four summers back.
From the archives, a photo essay by Mark Seager, “Black Tide”:http://www.guernicamag.com/art/606/health_part_4_black_tide/ (2008) from our health series, edited by Anne Tornkvist.
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