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Israeli Snipers Celebrate Shooting of Palestinian

A Palestinian man told Reuters on Wednesday (April 11) that he was the person whose shooting by an Israeli sniper was captured on a leaked video, sparking international criticism of Israel's response to the Gaza border protests. Tamer Abu Daqqa lives in the...

Saudis Can’t Dodge 9/11 Lawsuits by Victims’ Families

A federal court judge has rejected Saudi Arabia's bid to dismiss lawsuits claiming it helped plan the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. As Reuters news agency reported March 29, "U.S. District Judge George Daniels in Manhattan said the plaintiff's alle...

Bolton’s Close Ties to Anti-Muslim Group Raise Concerns

John Bolton, President Trump’s new national security advisor, is surrounded by controversy. However, Lee Fang writes that, among the criticisms put forth, he is surprised that Bolton’s work with a think tank known as the Gatestone Institute has not faced cl...

Unconstitutional War in Yemen Faces Uncertain Senate Vote

At the end of February, a bipartisan group of U.S. Senators proposed a resolution to end American military support of Saudi Arabian forces in the brutal war in Yemen. The war in Yemen has been raging since 2015, when Saudi leaders decided to invade to crack...
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