Tags: Netanyahu

“Endless tragedy, hell on earth,” now over 18K dead – Day 66

U.N. General Assembly voted to demand ceasefire; 6 major humanitarian groups: “We have seen nothing like the siege of Gaza” ; Committee to Protect Journalist: “deeply alarmed by journalists in Gaza reporting receiving threats, and subsequently, their family members killed”; Doctors Without Borders: “Israeli attacks have killed at least 5 hospital staff, including two of its doctors while they were caring for their patients”…

“Half of Gaza is now starving” – Day 65

Skyrocketing orphans in Gaza; Israel is committing “horrific crimes”; calls for a global strike; general strike in West Bank; UN 377 invoked in attempt to override Security Council failure; Israel has imprisoned 142 females from Gaza, including nursing babies and elderly; Bethlehem churches letter; over 1 million Americans participated in protests since Gaza-Israel war began Oct 7; US universities under fire; updated statistics

Gaza’s hospitals are “flooded with dead bodies” – Day 59

Bombing and death ongoing, babies abandoned to die by Israel possible crime against humanity, evacuation horrors, West Bank violence against Palestinians, US leaders continue pro-Israel rhetoric, Netanyahu corruption trial and his boast of manipulating the US, updated casualty figures

National Review article misinforms readers on Israel

A detailed annotation of the errors and omissions that mislead readers on a profoundly important issue…including little-known information about Presidents Eisenhower, Reagan, and Bush Sr., who each had moments of clarity on this issue, and called out Israel for its abuses.

NYT downplays Palestinian civilian deaths, political motivation for Gaza attack

The Times all but ignored Palestinian civilians killed by Israel’s latest assault on Gaza and dismissed an essential factor in Israel’s calculus — pressure on Netanyahu from the fascistic members of his own coalition… PBS was almost as deferential. Bennett left the large number of Palestinian dead to the last line of his report, and didn’t say that almost all have been civilians… The Times and PBS too are sensitive to the Israel lobby in the U.S.