News and Analysis 4/2/24

The military strike on a consulate is horrific violation of international law and Israel’s main sponsor was quick to deny involvement:

“By voting for the YRP, voters … could punish the ruling party for both its economic failures and its continued diplomatic and trade relations with Israel”:

“World Central Kitchen pauses operations; IDF says it’s ‘probing tragic incident’ as US urges swift investigation; Australian, Polish, UK, US citizens confirmed among dead”:

“HRW said among the persecution endured by the Baha’is are arbitrary arrest, property confiscation, restrictions on school and job opportunities, and the right to a dignified burial”:

“Palestinians who returned to Shifa Hospital … said they found its buildings heavily burned and damaged with bodies inside and outside of the facility, including doctors”:

“Many mosques have … [become] de facto day centers where new arrivals can find a quiet place to rest and recover, oftentimes following restless nights sleeping on the streets or in the subway”:

“Nearly half of the 2023 complaints ? 3,578 ? were reported in the last three months of the year, which the report notes points to the war in Gaza as the primary driver”:

“[T]he decades-long insurgency in southern Thailand, which has killed more than 7,300 people since a renewed wave of violence erupted in 2004”:

Will the U.S., which professes to support a two-state solution, veto the move?






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