News and Analysis 1/28/24

“In a scathing ruling, McMahon wrote that the FBI invented the conspiracy and identified the targets” …

… and now they are going after opponents of apartheid and genocide …

… and Italy has banned protests of current genocide on Holocaust Remembrance Day:

The “ABC’s global affairs editor … said the broadcaster’s independence and reputation had been ‘compromised’ by its willingness to yield to outside pressure on such an important matter”:

After UNRWA “terminated contracts with ‘several’ employees and ordered an investigation after Israel provided information alleging they played a role in the [Oct. 7] attack” …

… but, unsatisfied, Israel’s FM “said UNRWA should be replaced once fighting in the enclave dies down” …

… continuing a history of Israeli antipathy for the humanitarian group:

The sixteen-to-two ruling means that “Israel’s abuses were so egregious that even a career State Department apparatchik and its own handpicked judge ruled against it”:

“The Biden administration has maintained that genocide allegations against Israel are ‘meritless’ and ‘unhelpful’” even though Israel “has killed at least 25,000 Palestinians”:

The county “agreed to pay Johnston $100,000[,] … to accommodate religious attire and … to delete Johnston’s booking photos and … video footage … without her hijab”:

A “Baluch rights group Haalvash said on its website that the victims were Pakistani labourers who lived at an auto repair shop where they worked”:

“Biden had publicly dismissed the likelihood that Arab and Muslim Americans would not vote for him … if he continued to remain silent about … what some have described as … genocide”:

One is described as “a research satellite,” and the other two as “nanosatellites focused on global positioning and communication respectively”:






Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Follow by Email