News and Analysis (2/24/20)

“US officials have also threatened to impose sanctions or seek to criminally prosecute officials at the International Criminal Court if they pursue investigations into alleged war crimes committed by Israel”:

The Harvard Out of Occupied Palestine campaign drew more than 2000 attendees, calling on Harvard to end its complicity in Israel’s crimes:

The undocumented violence that occurred in Aligarh at a predominantly Muslim university is a turning point in Modi’s crimes against Muslims …

… and Amnesty International USA’s executive Director says U.S. and India now share values of “discrimination, bigotry, and hostility towards refugees and asylum seekers”:

As Iran confronts a Coronavirus outbreak …

… American sanctions hurt ordinary people:

Healthcare Providers at Iran’s Top Cancer Hospital Say Crippling Trump Sanctions Are Affecting Patients (Common Dreams)

Sen. Murphy met last weekend with Iran Foreign Minister, saying it is dangerous the administration is not talking with Iran:

A rare visit by a Western journalist reveals the fear, bloodshed, and authoritarian state of Eastern Libya under Hifter who had promised to build a democratic and stable post-Ghaddafi country:

“[W]hile desecrating Palestinian bodies was not exceptional to the Israeli forces, the video of the incident was a rare instance where it was carried out publicly”:

At a conference of bishops in the Southern Italy on Sunday, Pope Francis, for the first time, spoke against Trump’s controversial plan: Warning the inequitable solution is a prelude to new crises:

A British Muslim cancer survivor, Farid Aziz, launched his project Walk for Peace; walking to Mecca on foot hoping to ” inspire the ‘young generation” to persevere in leaving their ‘fingerprint on the planet'”:

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