News and Analysis 3/17/24

“It was slow going until Oct. 7. The attack that day in Israel by Hamas and the ensuing conflict in Gaza became a turning point in the push against TikTok”:

“Though many [family members] are less than 10 mi. away, we are separated by Israeli tanks and soldiers who make the journey impossible, or too dangerous to attempt”:

Not even labor unions can escape Zionism’s war on free speech:

Pop singer Idan Rachel says that since the Gazans “do not enter the tunnels and battle Hamas, they should be viewed as accomplices to the crimes of Hamas”:

“Israeli attacks on Deir el-Balah in central Gaza killed at least 12 people and wounded many more, including children, according to videos and witnesses”:

“Overall, it’s pretty meaningless. Because it’s not going to change anything, for Palestinians internally or with regard to the relationship between the Palestinian Authority and Israel”:

[I]t’s a big geographic area and we don’t have enough resources to do this” — Carl “Sam” Mundy III, a retired lieutenant general who oversaw Marine Corps forces in the Middle East from 2018 to 2021:

In Germany, “the dialogue about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is ‘toxic’” says “the granddaughter of Holocaust survivors” helping to provide “basic sanitation facilities for the displaced in Gaza”:

“The United Nations human rights office has not blamed any side for the attacks, including one on Thursday that Gazan health officials say killed 20”:






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