News and Analysis 6/11/24

“A truck arrived carrying humanitarian aid and clothes, and suddenly 10 soldiers got out and shot me, once in the chest and twice in the feet” — a Palestinian survivor:

Israel’s military operation may have killed almost as many captives as it rescued …

… yet the Biden administration deems it “successful”:

WFP Director Cindy McCain says “that two WFP warehouses in Gaza have been “rocketed” and that a staffer was injured”:

“Israel is deliberately attacking Gaza’s fishermen, devastating Gaza’s fishing industry and preventing many Palestinians from being able to provide for their families, according to a report on Saturday”:

Does the approval of Masoud Pezeshkian as a candidate to replace Raisi signal that “the Islamic Republic may be attempting to address its legitimacy crisis”?

Israel has branded Aljamal a “Hamas operative” to excuse their brutal murder of the journalist, his his wife, and his 74-year father:

“Gantz’s departure, Khairat said, leaves the “floor open for the most far-right ministers” within Netanyahu’s coalition government to now join the war cabinet, including Israel’s Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich’s party”:

“The U.S. says Israel has accepted the three-phase plan announced by U.S. President Joe Biden, and Hamas welcomed it in a statement shortly after the council’s vote”:

“[R]ather than seeking to explicate the political context in which they were living, the film addresses the personal relationships between these women and their homeland”:






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