At the margin of its story about the slaughter of 20 Palestinian civilians by the Israeli army, The Washington Post provides a primer of the conflict to educate its readers more. One box says "Israel" and the other says "Hamas." The article about "Israel" is the Israeli narrative. The article about "Hamas" won't be objected to by the Israeli narrative.
As I've been saying all along, since the Hamas win, the Palestinian people disappeared. They don't exist anymore. Only Hamas exists and the Palestine-Israeli conflict gets a new starting day, which is the day Hamas won the elections. Israel can do anything it wants and is not accountable to anybody because there is Hamas. Period.
This is why The Washington Post doesn't give the Palestinians a box. The narrative now is about Israel and Hamas.
Instead of The Post's box, the Palestinians have been getting another kind of box. I hear that the coffin-making business is thriving in Gaza these days.