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Gaza genocide

It is day 200 of the Israeli genocide in Gaza. The regime continues its massacre of civilians by pounding the blockaded territory with more airstrikes and artillery fire. In the latest attacks, at least one Palestinian was killed and several injured as Israeli warplanes targeted a house in the Nuseirat refugee camp in central Gaza. The Israeli artillery also struck an area in the al-Zaytoun neighborhood, south of Gaza City, causing a large fire. The Palestinian health ministry says 32 Palestinians were killed and 59 others injured in the past 24 hours. That brings the overall death toll to more than 34,180 since October seven. More than 77,000 people have also been injured. The Geneva-based human rights organization has warned that the people of Gaza face an increased risk of infections and epidemics due to the collapse of the health system.

US abbeting Israeli crimes

Hamas says Israel does not hesitate to commit the most heinous atrocities against civilians in Gaza with the US administration providing it criminal cover. In a statement, the Palestinian resistance movement said the US is a full partner in the Israeli genocide in the besieged strip. Hamas added that the discovery of mass graves inside Nasser Hospital in the city of Khan Yunis confirms that Palestinians are facing a fascist enemy thirsty for murder and blood. Civil service workers in Gaza have recovered the bodies of nearly 300 Palestinians in several mass graves in Nasser Hospital's courtyard, most of them women, children and the elderly. The mass graves were created when Israeli forces were besieging the facility last month. Some of those executed were blindfolded and handcuffed. 

US campus protests

Pro-Palestinian sentiments reach fever pitch among American university students as protests against the Gaza genocide are now in full swing on campuses. Protests at Columbia University have forced authorities to cancel in-person classes. Elsewhere in the northeast, dozens of protesters were arrested at Yale University. In Massachusetts, gates to Harvard Yard were closed to public in an attempt to head off protests. Students have also set up tents and held rallies and sit-ins at other US campuses across the country. They demand that universities divest finances from manufacturers that sell weapons to Israel. 

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