News and Analysis 3/25/24

“The resolution passed 14-0 after the U.S. decided not to use its veto power on the resolution, which also demanded the release of all hostages taken captive during Hamas’ Oct. 7 surprise attack” …

… but Israel’s terms for a prisoner exchange would require the exile of political prisoners such as “Marwan Barghouti, a popular leader of the mainstream Fatah faction”:

“Does it make sense that this phenomenon would exist and the media would never have reported on it?” Avivi said he told the US official. Shamefully, yes, it does:

Such viral videos are “prompting calls in France for authorities to investigate and prosecute dual French-Israeli citizens for their participation in war crimes”:

Fed up with stereotypes and ridicule, Muslim women “are fighting back. Roofs are being blown off – not with bombs or guns but with punchlines”:

Israel’s war on free speech infects Germany and Britain …

… but in the U.S. a state department whistleblower who left his job rather than stay silent finds a new home in a small Iowa college with a “right side of history” legacy:

Israel’s war on healthcare continues:

Such attacks are frequent in occupied Jerusalem, but “Israeli authorities have failed to take action against the assailants”:






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