News and Analysis 5/14/24

“[A]s the descendant of European Jews, I was raised in a particularly unforgiving moral environment when it came to the topic of bearing responsibility for ethnic cleansing”:

Israel tries to shift the blame for its civilian casualties onto Hamas, but the evidence is that the deliberate use of “human shields” is an Israeli policy:

The Egyptian Network for Human Rights “calls on the Egyptian authorities to review their shameful stance regarding the continued detention of dozens of Egyptian citizens supporting the Palestinian cause”:

“Grossi said … that there was ‘no evidence to suggest that Iran has moved, or is moving, or is planning to move, to a weapons programme’”:

Israel’s wars on health care and on humanitarian aid continue:

The war on Gaza is a war on beauty as well as on the people of Gaza:

“Iranian authorities had pressured the Iranian director, who won the Berlin Film Festival’s top award with his 2020 drama ‘There Is No Evil’, to withdraw his film [‘The Sacred Fig’] from Cannes”:

“Pakistan’s government has announced subsidies to lower the price of flour and electricity after four days of rallies in which four people were killed in clashes with police”:

Harvard’s demonstrations ends by negotiation, but those where campus administrations rely on  police violence persist:






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