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Hamas says it’s preparing to respond to Israel’s latest Gaza cease-fire proposal – NPR

| April 29, 2024

People inspect damage and remove items from their homes following Israeli airstrikes on April 7, in Khan Yunis, Gaza. Ahmad Hasaballah/Getty Images hide caption People inspect damage and remove items from their homes following Israeli airstrikes on April 7, in Khan Yunis, Gaza. Hamas says it's examining the latest Israeli suggestions for a cease-fire in Gaza, seven months into the conflict that has claimed tens of thousands of lives and that Israeli leaders have said could soon intensify further if a deal between the two sides is not reached

How police agencies are responding to campus Israel-Gaza war protests – The Washington Post

| April 29, 2024

At least 900 protesters have been arrested at pro-Palestinian demonstrations on college campuses in the last 10 days, according to a Washington Post tally, the largest police response to campus activism in years and one that experts say poses myriad potential challenges for law enforcement agencies. Mass demonstrations on campuses ranged from peaceful sit-ins on sun-soaked grassy malls to vitriolic confrontations with counterprotesters. To remove protesters calling for a cease-fire in the Israel-Gaza war and universities to divest from Israeli financial interests, some administrators turned to police, pointing to numerous reports of hate, antisemitic speech and violence that marred some demonstrations

In Northern Israel, Clashes With Hezbollah Drive a Hospital Underground – The New York Times

| April 29, 2024

The entrance hall to the Galilee Medical Center in northern Israel is mostly empty and quiet. Roaring warplanes and the intermittent thunder of artillery have replaced the sounds of doctors, orderlies and patients at this major hospital closest to the border with Lebanon.

Biden Confers With Netanyahu on a Possible Cease-Fire and Hostage Deal – The New York Times

| April 29, 2024

President Biden spoke with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel on Sunday to discuss the prospects of a possible cease-fire deal to secure the release of hostages held by Hamas, while repeating his warnings about a new Israeli assault on the city of Rafah in southern Gaza, officials said.

Opinion | Israel Has a Choice to Make: Rafah or Riyadh – The New York Times

| April 29, 2024

U.S. diplomacy to end the Gaza war and forge a new relationship with Saudi Arabia has been converging in recent weeks into a single giant choice for Israel and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu: What do you want more Rafah or Riyadh? Do you want to mount a full-scale invasion of Rafah to try to finish off Hamas if that is even possible without offering any Israeli exit strategy from Gaza or any political horizon for a two-state solution with non-Hamas-led Palestinians

World Central Kitchen says it will resume operations in Gaza – NPR

| April 29, 2024

People stand next to a vehicle in Deir Al-Balah, in the central Gaza Strip, on April 2, where workers from the World Central Kitchen (WCK), were killed in Israeli airstrikes, according to the NGO. Yasser Qudihe/Middle East Images/AFP via Getty hide caption People stand next to a vehicle in Deir Al-Balah, in the central Gaza Strip, on April 2, where workers from the World Central Kitchen (WCK), were killed in Israeli airstrikes, according to the NGO. The aid group World Central Kitchen said it was resuming operations in Gaza, less than a month after seven of its staff were killed in Israeli airstrikes.

Israel-Hamas War Day 206: What’s going on in Gaza, Lebanon? – The Jerusalem Post

| April 29, 2024

Anti-Israel protesters praised the October 7 Massacre and several terrorist organizations at a Vancouver rally on Friday according to a video published by Free Palestine Tri-cities British Columbia, demanding that the groups be removed from Canada's list of terrorist entities. Charlotte Kates, the international coordinator for the allegedly Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine-affiliated (PFLP) Samidoun Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network, led demonstrators in a chant proclaiming "Long live October 7."

Israel agrees not to invade Rafah until consulting with US, Biden admin official says – USA TODAY

| April 29, 2024

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Israel Delivers More Aid to Gaza, but Threat of Famine Persists, U.N. Says – The New York Times

| April 29, 2024

Under intense international scrutiny, Israel has expedited the flow of aid into Gaza this month, but humanitarian groups say that more is needed as severe hunger grips the enclave, particularly in the devastated north. Israels efforts which include opening new aid routes have been acknowledged in the last week by the Biden administration and international aid officials

Palestinians in Gaza grow angry with Hamas as war with Israel drags on – The Washington Post – The Washington Post

| April 29, 2024

JERUSALEM More than six months into the war in Gaza and with dimming hopes for a cease-fire deal, Palestinians there are growing more critical of Hamas, which some of them blame for the months-long conflict that has destroyed the territory and their lives. The war has displaced most of the Gaza Strips population, killed tens of thousands of people and pushed the enclave toward famine, its infrastructure in ruins. The Israeli military waged a punishing campaign to eliminate Hamas after the group, which has ruled Gaza for 17 years, attacked Israel on Oct.


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