I was shocked to learn a day or two ago of the death of Robert Fisk on 30 October this year. I don’t think there was a report of the Middle East by Robert Fisk that I didn’t read, or an online interview he gave that I overlooked. How I missed the news of his death at the time I don’t know. His death was certainly unexpected and all too soon. I am glad to see The Independent has posted a page of his reporting as a memorial to him.
Robert Fisk — Middle East Correspondent @indyvoices
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That’s sad news. I recently read “The Great War for Civilization” and enjoyed it very much. He seemed like a very decent man.
Rabbi Jonathan Sacks also died, if you hadn’t heard.