News and Analysis (8/10/20)

The village was formally founded in the 1920s on lands occupied by Palestinians for centuries, but now that one settler has moved in, Israeli authorities have ordered its complete destruction”:

“Israeli forces opened fire on the ambulance that was trying to reach to Samudi’s house, with two bullets penetrating the vehicle”:

“As a consequence of the Iran-Contra affair, in 1991 Abrams did plead guilty of lying to Congress, but President George H. W. Bush promptly pardoned him”:

He “completed his PhD and published more than 20 books in prison, most of which speak to the repressive criminality of the Indian occupation, which began in 1947′:

The U.N. director for the International Crisis Group “said there was ‘zero chance’ the U.S. attempt to extend the arms embargo would be adopted and that it was ‘a ploy to get to snapback’”:

In an attempt to circumvent international law, Israel pretended that residents of generations-old settlements were “nomads”:

“Soleimani’s comments concerned the aircraft and did not address potential compensation for victims’ families”:

“The head of Iran’s Mostazafan Foundation (foundation of the oppressed), said … [that] a top policy advising body, was holding many expensive property of the foundation”:






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