News and Analysis (7/1/19)

“We have NOT violated the #JCPOA. … We triggered … para 36 after US withdrawal. We gave [notice] … reserving our right … [and] took action after 60 weeks. As soon as E3 abide by their obligations, we’ll reverse”:

“Israel decided to demolish homes and remove the Palestinians from their lands, to build what it called a ‘National Garden’:

A “largely unknown businessman with ties to Israeli settlers and the US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman … has faced intense criticism from Palestinians and has been disowned by members of his own family”:

“The city earlier this year settled with the school and families for $50,000. It didn’t admit wrongdoing but agreed to revise regulations to ‘expressly accommodate clothing worn for religious reasons or financial hardship'”:

“U.S. allies remain firmly committed to the agreement. French President Emmanuel Macron, for example, would be willing to discuss another deal, but only if the initial pact stays in place”:

“As a ‘womanist’ and abolitionist, she admired that Islamic law allowed women to own property and considered manumission praiseworthy, forbidding believers to enslave one another”:

Iran shot down an “unpiloted drone that happened near or over the Strait of Hormuz on June 20” in the area where the U.S. “shot down an Iranian passenger airliner on July 3, 1988, … in which 290 people died”:

The faults of “the ossified and struggling Palestinian Authority and the brutally stupid, self-defeating tactics employed by Hamas … [result] from Israel’s brutal and oppressive policies” — James Zogby:

“It shows how important ending endless war is if they’re willing to put aside their differences and get together on this project” — Trita Parsi

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