News and Analysis (2/26/21)

As Biden demonstrates his perpetuation of America’s Middle East war strategy by launching an unconstitutional airstrike in retaliation for a rocket attack in Iraq against the American troops … :

… Neoconservatives mull joining the Biden wing of the Democratic Party:

Under Chinese-owned social media platform Tiktok, Palestinian youth across the world have been successfully spreading information about occupation in the region:

Conservative Political Action Conference is called upon to remove speaker Scott Presler for his previous work with ACT for America, “an anti-Muslim hate group because it pushes wild anti-Muslim conspiracy theories, denigrates American Muslims and deliberately conflates mainstream and radical Islam”:

As more than 40 Republicans introduce a resolution “opposing any move to lift sanctions on Iran, underscoring the resistance the Biden administration will face in trying to get back into the 2015 nuclear accord” …

… a clause in the JCPOA requiring the U.S. “to seek Congressional approval for the lifting or modification of all US nuclear-related sanctions against Iran” in 2023 may pose a hurdle the Biden administration can’t jump:

The Malaysian high court unanimously ruled that the provincial law against homosexual activity is unconstitutional since there is already a penalty of “up to 20 years in jail under a British colonial-era law that bans gay sex, known as Section 377”:

Colin Kahl is criticized during hearings on confirmation to a Defense Department position due for his past involvements with 2015 Iran nuclear deal and his omission of a call to recognize Jerusalem the capital as Israel in the 2012 Democratic Party platform before then-President Obama’s intervention:

“India and Pakistan issued a joint statement saying both sides have agreed to stop firing along their disputed border in Kashmir” after reports show multiple killed civilians:

Hamas wants “to cancel the presidential decrees issued in 2007 that criminalise the Palestinian factions’ military wings, considering them ‘illegal militias'” …

… and Israel would prefer there be no Palestinian elections at all:

 

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