This is a typical Bradley Burston effort, beautifully-written and deeply moral. He'll get some criticism from the right for this, but he should take it is a compliment. He's a Jew in full. Here's the link, and here's an excerpt:
Lord who is the creator of all children, hear our prayer this accursed day. God whom we call Blessed, turn your face to these, the children of Gaza, that they may know your blessings, and your shelter, that they may know light and warmth, where there is now only blackness and smoke, and a cold which cuts and clenches the skin.
Almighty who makes exceptions, which we call miracles, make an exception of the children of Gaza. Shield them from us and from their own. Spare them. Heal them. Let them stand in safety. Deliver them from hunger and horror and fury and grief. Deliver them from us, and from their own.
I would add the following:
Deliver them, God, from the hatred others have placed in their hearts. Deliver them from the belief that You want murder, that You want terror, that You want the blood of innocents to spill like water on Your ground. And let them play as children should do, with no concern for who is Muslim and who is Christian or Jew – with us and not against us – in peace.
If it only could be true…