Despite international pressure growing about the surging death toll in Gaza, polls show Israelis agree with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that the massacre must continue in the coastal enclave until “total victory” is achieved.
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken continued to offer his full support of Israel’s ongoing genocide last week and said there remained a lot of work to be done before there can be a peace agreement and hostage exchange.
Despite news reports emerging last week that there is a new chill in the air when U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken visits Israel because of the country’s genocide in Gaza, Washington refuses to put any conditions on its weapons shipments and refuses to even mention the possibility of a ceasefire.
Remember how American politicians and the media keep selling the tale that Israel is a democracy that has the right to defend itself and as U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken says, “As long as there is the United States Israel will never be alone”?
Reporters who have been covering the unfolding genocide in Gaza have been faced with a daunting task of documenting deaths and being targeted by Israelis themselves...
The collective punishment of Gazans by Israel and its backers only worsened after the U.S. and other countries suspended their funding for UNRWA, the UN aid agency in the coastal enclave that provides residents with food and shelter.
Daniella Weiss, a top Israeli settler who served as mayor of a West Bank “settlement” (land stealer in violation of the Geneva Conventions are article 242 of the United Nations) called Kedumim, said one way to eradicate Palestinians from Gaza is to starve them out. and
The alleged Iranian drone attack near the border between Jordan and Syria that killed three troops and injured dozens is just the beginning as long as Washington continues to fund and support Israel’s genocide in Gaza, according to the Islamic Resistance in Iraq.
The greatest victim of Israel’s U.S.-approved genocide in Gaza continues to be children.
U.S. National Security Council Spokesperson John Kirby said last week that Washington sees no evidence that Israel is committing war crimes in Gaza as Mexico and Chile announced that they asked the International Criminal Court to investigate.