There’s Hope for Peace in Gaza

By Diana Buttu, Peter Beinart and Bernard Avishai

Produced by Derek Arthur

Since Hamas’s attack on Israel on Oct. 7 and Israel’s violent response in Gaza, nearly 20,000 Palestinians have been killed and over 80 percent of Gazans have been forced to leave their homes. What is the future for Gaza?

In this collection of audio essays, the Opinion guest writers Diana Buttu, Peter Beinart and Bernard Avishai share their visions for how to achieve lasting peace in the region.

Read their complete essays and the perspectives of other writers here.

(A full transcript of this audio essay will be available midday on the Times website.)

Credit…Illustration by Celina Pereira; Photographs by Ogawa Kazumasa and Getty Images

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This episode of “The Opinions” was produced by Derek Arthur. It was edited by Alison Bruzek and Kaari Pitkin. Mixing by Efim Shapiro. Original music by Carole Sabouraud, Sonia Herrero, Efim Shapiro, Isaac Jones and Pat McCusker. Fact-checking by Mary Marge Locker and Kate Sinclair. Special thanks to Dan Wakin, Kristina Samulewski, Shannon Busta and Annie-Rose Strasser.

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