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Blinken Says Israeli Units Accused of Serious Violations Have Done Enough to Avoid Sanctions. Experts and Insiders Disagree.

The secretary of state told Congress that Israel had adequately punished a soldier who got community service for killing an unarmed Palestinian. Government officials call it a “mockery” and inconsistent with the law.

US backs down on plan to sanction Israeli battalion, in spite of US law – Day 203

US won’t follow through on sanctions on IDF units; Netanyahu calls for crackdown on American students; Emory president defends police violently arresting female prof who tried to stop police beating students; Gazan dead show signs of possible organ theft; Israeli police arrest rabbis marching to Gaza; Israel gives Hamas a “last chance” before Rafah invasion; UNRWA employee case closed; Freedom Flotilla…

Still no evidence of UNRWA employees’ participation in October 7th – Day 198

Months after allegations, no proof from Israel that UNRWA employees were part of October 7th attacks; baby girl delivered after mom killed in Rafah; mass grave in Khan Younis contains at least 283 bodies; thousands of Gazans missing following Israeli military withdrawal; bread and baby formula at last in northern Gaza; increased drone activity worries Rafah residents; new report from Amnesty; West Bank devastation, death; Netzah Yehuda battalion’s very bad reputation; campuses across US show solidarity with Columbia’s pro-Palestine students, more