News and Analysis 9/11/22

The Israelis shot down the man using his smartphone to record them terrorizing unarmed civilians protesting the illegal destruction of a Jenin home:

Surviving on the meager food provided by private charities in the flooded areas is hard, but the government aid in the highlands comes with a side order of brutality:

Palestinian journalists are facing both “increased harm … [and an] international unwillingness to either protect journalists or demand justice and accountability … should they be murdered“:

“Iran’s maximalist aim remains to ensure a united Shi’a front inside Iraq. But the Sadr ‘rebellion’ is a challenge it is finding difficult to contain”:

“In her 70-year reign, Queen Elizabeth crisscrossed the globe, but purposely skipped Israel”:

“The … legislative consultative body established … to create one integrated government, … has … called for national elections, except when such elections were actually imminent”:

“At the time of the confrontation, the 16-year-old girl was indignant over news that an Israeli soldier had shot her younger cousin Mohammad in the head with a rubber-coated bullet”:

NATO’s Secretary General “has said a cyberattack could trigger NATO’s collective defense clause…. But that principle has never been tested in practice”:






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