News and Analysis 1/19/24

Both Iran and Pakistan are targeting militant separatists in the border regions rather than one another:

Palestinians can’t find medical care or shelter:

Israel admits to attacking Iran directly and Iran says its attack on Syria is meant to send Israel — and the US — a message:

Israel’s “inflammatory rhetoric is a key component of South Africa’s case accusing Israel of genocide at the U.N. world court”:

“Kurdish and Iraqi officials have rejected Iran’s claims” that they were attacking “an Israeli espionage center in Irbil”:

Humiliation and mockery are part of Israel’s aggression …

… real time social media documentation are part of the Palestinian defense:

CAIR-NY’s executive directors says ““light punishments are a slap in the face to the victims” after the ex-official who said “If we killed 4,000 Palestinian kids, you know what? It wasn’t enough” gets a “sweetheart deal”:

“Ever since the displacement of 700,000 Palestinians in 1948, many have been living in dejection and squalor in camps like Shatila in Beirut. Is this the grim future the people of Gaza could now be facing?”:

“Here’s how the watermelon went from being a symbol of protest in the West Bank and Gaza to a global sign of solidarity with Palestinians online”:






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