But where can they stay? Surely they must be forced to sleep under the stars, or in tents, because the entire sector has been flattened by the IDF.
Luckily for them, the Al Deira hotel is available and waiting for them to help them rough it in Gaza.
The people who sacrifice so much for the human rights of Gazans must first be confronted with the bullet-pocked entrance:
They enter the bombed-out lobby:
(Yes, the bottom picture is one of the guest rooms, not a lobby, according to the person who posted it on their guest book.)
They unfortunately missed the special last Christmas when the hotel offered family specials, so they cannot as easily interview the children of Gaza about their misfortune:
The deprivation is unceasing, viewable around every corner:
Luckily, the hotel offers wireless Internet access, so these human-rights advocates can write articles about all of the terrible conditions they have been forced to witness firsthand:
These pictures of Gaza are shocking, I know, but it is important to publicize the horrible conditions that Gazans are forced to live under - a story that is sorely underreported in the West, where we spend much more time talking about the comparatively well-off people of the Congo.
UPDATE: UNRWA members used this hotel when they visited last August.