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Danhong Tang

Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
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About Danhong
Danhong Tang is a journalist based in Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel.  A writer and documentary film maker.  Among her published works are:  “Troubled times, an Oral History of Tibetan Exiles” (book),  “Nightingale not the Only Voice” ( documentary film)
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Gaza War Diary from Tel Aviv: Hell Destroys Humanity

23 Oct 2023  |  美国之音
The article recounts the experiences and observations of the author during the Gaza war, focusing on the impact on local communities, cultural sites like the White House Gallery, and individuals such as artist Haim Peri and Bedouin artist Tahrir Alczbeidi. It describes the brutalities committed by Hamas, known as 'Al-Aqsa Flood', against Israeli civilians, including Holocaust survivors and peace activists. The author reflects on the ideological battles that overshadow the human suffering on both sides, criticizing those who use the conflict to deny the legitimacy of each other's pain.

Gaza War Diary from Tel Aviv: The Overlapping Massacre

16 Oct 2023  |  美国之音
On the eighth day of the Israel-Gaza conflict, which began after a massacre reminiscent of the Holocaust, the author describes waking up to the sounds of helicopters and fighter jets. Over a thousand Hamas terrorists had crossed into Israel, killing over 1,300 people and abducting more than 150, with over 3,000 injured. The Israeli public's perception has shifted from Holocaust victims to perpetrators of a massacre in Gaza. The article recounts the events leading up to the current situation, including a controversial judicial reform in Israel, protests, and the fear of an impending disaster. The author compares the Hamas attack to the Nazi operations during World War II, with the Israeli Defense Forces commander drawing parallels to General Eisenhower's visit to a concentration camp. The article also discusses the denial and questioning of the atrocities, comparing it to Holocaust denial and the additional pain it causes to the victims' families.

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