News and Analysis 3/23/24

Human rights groups’ “investigations from previous wars between Israel and Hamas … failed to find a single documented case of any civilian deaths caused by Hamas using human shields”:

“[M]ost of the world, which considers the settlements built on territory Israel captured in the 1967 Middle East war to be illegal”:

Israel tells Blinken it would invade Rafah alone if the superpower that “provides billions of dollars a year in military aid and regularly uses its diplomatic clout to protect Israeli interests” refuses to knuckle under …

… as if …

… but ignorance, not evil, underlies America’s support for Israeli war crimes:

“[A]cademic freedom and free speech are under all-out attack on university campuses in the United States, not just from university administrations and pro-Israeli groups, but now directly from the highest levels of the Israeli state”:

“The Friday ruling scraps a 2004 law governing madrasas in Uttar Pradesh, saying it violates India’s constitutional secularism and ordering that students be moved to conventional schools”:

“[T]he expression ‘Israel-Hamas war’ … not only misdescribes what is happening in Gaza, it also helps to motivate Israel’s ruthless onslaught on civilians since the October 7th Hamas attack”:

“The U.S. government issued a public advisory to Americans in Russia on March 7 that described the risk of a ‘planned terrorist attack in Moscow — potentially targeting large gatherings, to include concerts’”:

“[S]ome 200,000 Palestinians who used to commute daily from the West Bank, as well as 18,500 from Gaza, [are] all now locked out of Israel since the start of the Gaza war over security concerns”:

“The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) said reports claiming it attacked dozens of Gazans at an aid convoy are incorrect and that a review of the incident is underway”:






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