Gaza'S Eid under genocide

Palestinians have had experience of marking Eid under Israeli occupation and oppression, but this year it is nothing like the previous seven decades' experience. With over 34,000 Palestinian men, women and children already killed by the US-Israeli genocide in Gaza, the 77,000 plus injured and thousands more missing, presumed dead, this is an Eid for history books. 

US President, Joe Biden, says Benjamin Netanyahu is making a ‘mistake’ in his activities in Gaza and his compatriot, Rishi Sunak of the UK, called the situation being experienced inside the besieged enclave ‘increasingly intolerable’, but it doesn't seem to have changed their political trajectory.

A meeting between US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken and his British counterpart David Cameron underscored the unqualified support that Israel still enjoys from both Washington and London. 

The full extent of the political gymnastics being used to justify Israeli war crimes is almost laughable if it were not a humanitarian catastrophe. Meanwhile, Tel Aviv continues with saber-rattling at the Islamic Republic of Iran, essentially threatening a direct attack. Tensions have increased after Israel’s unprovoked strike on an Iranian consulate building in the Syrian capital of Damascus, resulting in multiple casualties and eliciting international condemnation for its provocative nature.

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