Saturday, March 02, 2024

From Ian:

Qatar's blood-soaked hands enable terror, it must be stopped
Qatar’s influence in Western cultural institutions goes far beyond sports. Since 2001, Qatar has donated billions to American universities. These include prestigious universities like Northwestern, Georgetown, Cornell, and Carnegie Mellon, all of which have affiliations and campuses in Qatar in exchange for hundreds of millions of dollars each year. Qatar’s money comes with its exertion of soft power; in return, the universities hold their noses and compromise their values.

IT IS no coincidence that these payments began almost immediately after 9/11. Qatar knew that its role in supporting terror would be scrutinized and proactively moved to influence public opinion in the US.

Qatar’s public relations and diplomacy have been skillful, to say the least.

Recently, news that an alleged Qatari spy operation targeted Republican lawmakers was released. Nonetheless, a day later, envoys from the Biden administration went to Doha to continue negotiations on an Israel-Hamas ceasefire.

The emir of Qatar has the ear of the president of the United States. Qatar is hailed as “being on the front and center of global diplomacy.” It is credited for helping to negotiate the ceasefire agreement between Israel and Hamas and the accompanying release of Israeli hostages.

Current US strategy holds that Qatar is useful as a go-between between American interests and terrorist organizations. However, Qatar is not an independent third party. Through its generous financial support, it is directly responsible for the atrocities that Hamas and similar groups commit.

The US cannot afford to wait for another September 11 or October 7 to wake up to the dangers of having vital military and diplomatic interests in a country that houses the leaders and financiers of terrorist organizations bent on destroying the United States and Israel.

If Qatar does not end its support of Hamas, the US must condemn and sanction Qatari leaders and institutions.

The US must increase oversight of Qatari finances and freeze funds that are being used for terror. The Biden administration must be willing to use all its leverage, including the renewal of the al-Udeid Air Base, to force Qatar to abandon Hamas.

Qatar believes it has free rein to act as it pleases because of its strategic location and role as a regional interlocutor. However, the US cannot trust Qatar to be a neutral actor in the context of a war that Qatar itself helped to bring about.

For the sake of American and Israeli security, Qatar must be held to account for its sponsorship of terror.
Hamas sympathizers ramp up campaign against Israel with left-wing donor army
In October 2018, Saudi Arabian dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi, 59, was ambushed and murdered by his own government at its consulate in Turkey while picking up a legal divorce document. Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman signed off on the assassination of the Washington Post writer, according to a U.S. intelligence report declassified in 2021.

Now, Democracy for the Arab World Now, a nonprofit group in the United States that Khashoggi founded to support “democracy and human rights in the Middle East and North Africa,” has established itself as a key cog in the anti-Israel movement accusing the Jewish state of war crimes for retaliating against Hamas after its Oct. 7, 2023, attack. And DAWN has done so thanks to influential left-wing foundations helping to keep its lights on, tax documents show.

“So long as apartheid and occupation continue, there will be acts of resistance,” Sarah Leah Whitson, an anti-Israel activist who leads DAWN, told the Washington Examiner. “Sadly, some of that will constitute atrocities and war crimes like the Oct. 7 attack. I don’t think there’s a way to secure Israel and Israelis by entering into yet another round of warfare against a captive civilian population. I don’t think Israel will succeed in its stated goal, just as it has not for the past four months to destroy Hamas.”

Whitson, former director of the left-of-center Human Rights Watch charity’s Middle East and North Africa division, added that “there will never be an end to the insecurity that first and foremost Palestinians experience every single day” so long as Gaza is under what she called “military occupation.” She notably came under scrutiny in 2020 for appearing to lament a lack of violence in Israel while she was working as managing director for research and policy at the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft think tank.

Khashoggi, who had a documented history of antisemitic posts on social media, founded DAWN in 2018 — though he was murdered before publicly announcing the group. Since that time, DAWN has cashed checks from the likes of the Ford Foundation, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, George Soros-backed Open Society Foundations, and progressive Arca Foundation tied to the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco fortune, according to federal filings.
American preference for Israel over Palestinians remains strong
Among all registered voters in the United States, 40% sympathize with Israel, and 24% sympathize with Palestinians in the Israel-Hamas war, according to a New York Times/Sienna poll published on Saturday.

The remaining respondents either sympathized equally with both (15%) or did not know (21%).

Conducted from February 25 to 28, 2024, this survey included 823 respondents with a margin of error of plus or minus 3.5 percent. Of the registered voters, 49% were or leaned Republican, 43% were or leaned Democrat, and 8% did not know or refused to answer.

Voters between the ages of 18 and 29 were significantly more sympathetic to Palestinians (51%), with only 16% sympathizing with Israel. Sympathy for Palestinians declined in each older age group, with 16% of voters over the age of 65 sympathizing with Palestinians and 54% of the age group sympathizing with Israel.

Among those with a bachelor's degree, the percentage of voters who supported Israel compared to Palestinians was 38% and 33%, respectively. Among voters who do not have a bachelor's degree, 46% supported Israel, and 17% supported Palestinians.

The most supportive region of Israel in the US was the Midwest, with 43% of respondents definitively choosing Israel over Palestinians. A third of urban dwellers supported Israel, and a third supported Palestinians respectively.

Among those who supported Israel, 63% planned to vote for Donald Trump in the 2024 presidential elections, and 24% planned to vote for President Joe Biden.

Taking a look underground: West Point expert reframes Hamas tunnel issue
Chair of urban warfare studies at West Point, John Spencer, published an in-depth analysis of Hamas's unprecedented sub-terranean tunnel network, and the measures taken by the IDF to effectively neutralize it, based on his two visits to Israel, which he shared on X on Friday.

He started his analysis by noting that the utilization of tunnels in warfare is not a novel concept, with historical examples dating back to biblical times and extending to modern conflicts such as the ongoing war in Ukraine.

However, he then highlighted the distinctive nature of the tunnels used by Hamas, saying its one of the two key pillars in Hamas's strategy, along with time.

Before the outbreak of hostilities, the presence and extent of Hamas's tunnel networks were believed to be well-documented, Spencer said.

Referred to as Gaza's "Metro," these networks were estimated to span hundreds of miles beneath the surface. Yet, as the conflict unfolded, the IDF unearthed an extensive labyrinth of tunnels, surpassing initial estimates. He then noted the immense investment Hamas has made in constructing these tunnels, which he believes may have cost the organization up to a billion dollars over fifteen years.

According to Spencer, Hamas's strategy is not centered on territorial gains or defeating their enemy militarily, like most combatting forces, but on leveraging time (the second pillar of Hamas's strategy) as a political tool. By prolonging the conflict and garnering international attention through the use of human shields and allegations of war crimes, he argues that Hamas seeks to exert pressure on Israel rather than gain the previously mentioned incentives.

This makes the case study of Hamas as the first one to use tunnels politically rather than just militarily, according to him.
Eve Barlow: War in Israel's North? Hezbollah, Iran, and the Ring of Fire
The Ring Of Fire. I wish it was a reference to the Johnny Cash hit, but it’s not. It’s a reference to something far more sinister - and something that has to be understood in order to really contextualize what’s happening; not in Israel, not in Gaza, not even in the Middle East, but on a global stage.

At the beginning of February, I returned to Israel for two days. In those two days, I went to the most dangerous parts of the country. No, I did not go to the South this time. Instead I travelled North with the help of the team at HonestReporting who accompanied me to various evacuated areas all along the border between Israel and Lebanon to explore the looming threat of Hezbollah, and the wider question of the Iranian regime. There we made a miniature documentary about what’s happening in Israel’s northern communities, where some 60,000 Israelis have been displaced, and where a constant question of a war on a second front with Hezbollah is in the air.

I visited an IDF post in the Golan Heights to talk to voluntary reservists, who have been stationed away from their families for months. I visited two kibbutzim: Metzuba and Dafna, both abandoned, and interviewed residents who came back just to talk about the dangers in their home villages. The latter, Dafna, is in the finger of the tip of Israel, moments from both the Syrian and Lebanese borders. The only living creatures remaining there now are the cows, and the cats, who are cared for by IDF soldiers.

I cannot put to words the surreal nature of visiting abandoned kibbutzim in the North, versus my experience in December visiting the torched and annihilated kibbutzim of the South, including Kfar Aza, Nir Oz and Be’eri. The northern kibbutzim, such as Metzuba and Dafna, showed me just how the southern communities would have appeared (albeit empty) were it not for Hamas’s destruction and devastation on October 7. And I couldn’t help but feel uncertain about whether or not these northern communities won’t be vulnerable to pogroms in the future. It is unthinkable, and yet we must think about it. We must conceive of it. We must be prepared for it. This is the reality. And the only reason why it’s the reality of these Israelis, and not the reality of anyone in the West, is because Israelis are most proximate to the threat from the Mullah regime of Iran.

In the documentary, which you can watch exclusively below, at the end of this post, you will meet two experts. The first is Sarit Zehavi of the Alma Center, who took me to a lookout in the same town that Romi Gonen (the 23-year-old hostage who remains in Gaza, and who was taken from the Nova music festival) grew up in. Sarit is former IDF intelligence, and runs a non-profit overlooking the northern territories, from which she assesses the threats every day. I could have spent a month going through Sarit’s information. Alas, we had a few hours. Sarit showed me the urgency of Hezbollah’s presence and how at any given moment, their army could attack the Galilee. Furthermore, Sarit gave me a birdseye perspective on the global threat that Israel understands better than anyone. The threat of fundamentalist Islam and its vision for the world.

It looks something like this:
War in Israel's North? Hezbollah, Iran, and the Ring of Fire
Subtitles available. Understanding what happened on October 7 doesn't stop on Gaza's border, you need to look much further afield. Iran's Ring of Fire was the true plan here. So what's happening on Israel's northern front and what could happen next?

This documentary was in collaboration with Eve Barlow.

Human rights hero or school bully?
South Africa came to the Court with two submissions. The first was that the Court was not doing its job and needed to be reminded that it should take action without a formal request (although it had just made one). Second, the Court should take action without Israel being given a right of reply. No judge likes to be told that he is not doing his job and it would be extraordinary for a court to impose extremely onerous conditions on a party without hearing what that party has to say. Not only did South Africa attempt to bully the Court, but at the same time said there was no place for Israel’s audi alteram partem right to be heard when considering the matter.

Israel described South Africa’s new request as “unfounded in fact and law” and “morally repugnant.” Israel pointed out that Article 75(1) of the Rules of Court allowed the court to issue provisional measures of its own accord, but not at the request of a party. It stated that factually there had been no change in the situation in Gaza on the ground since the ICJ hearing and the “unprecedented military offensive in Rafah” had not happened.

The application was fatally flawed. Not only did it alienate the court, but it sought to deny principles of natural justice. What was the point? What could South Africa possibly gain by it? Why even bring it? Was it a desperate attempt to prevent the puppet-master from using another third party to raise the matter in the United Nations Security Council? South Africa’s application was prima facie dishonest and irrational.

The ICJ responded remarkably quickly and made short shrift of the South African application. It stated that there were already emergency measures in place throughout Gaza, which included Rafah and there was no reason to vary the original order.

The South African government is again trying to spin this as a win. It stated that the Court “acknowledged that Israel’s planned incursions in Rafah would render what is already a humanitarian disaster even more perilous.” Note the wording; no longer has Israel’s invasion of Rafah commenced – it’s stated grounds for extreme urgency and prevention of Israel’s right to be heard. It further stated that “Any decision by Israel to engage in military activities against Palestinians in the current circumstances is a violation of the order of the International Court of Justice.” This runs counter to the ruling of the Court which has emphasised “that the State of Israel remains bound to fully comply with its obligations under the Genocide Convention and the Order…” The order accepts that Israel is presently acting in accordance with the order. Yet South Africa persists with the myth that Israel’s military activities constitute a violation of the Order – the absurd proposition that it dared not submit to the Court.

Is South Africa the handmaiden of Hamas, as alleged by Israel? Is it demonstrating “an intention to abuse the Genocide Convention?” From a decidedly partisan view, South Africa’s courting of, and illogical attempt to protect this genocidal terrorist organization, Hamas, should be seen in no better light than as the behaviour of an abusive schoolyard bully. With no immediate consequences, it can continue to bask in the attention it generates. As a Jewish South African, I find the government’s formal hosting of a genocidal terrorist group sworn to the destruction of Jews worldwide, and ignoring the views of its South African Jewish citizens, who are also slated for ultimate destruction by these terrorists, is deplorable and antisemitic. It has refused to explain itself to its Jewish constituency or engage with Israel, all the while pledging to ensure the safety and security of Palestinians in Gaza.

What will happen when, several years down the line, the ICJ holds that Israel was not guilty of a violation of the Genocide Convention? When the views of Professor Spenser are upheld: that “For Israel’s part, it’s taken more care to prevent civilian deaths than any other army in human history”? How is South Africa going to cleanse itself of its blood libel that Israel is a Genocide Nation? “Whoops, sorry!” is not going to cut it!
Nicaragua files case at World Court accusing Germany of aiding Israel’s ‘genocide’
Nicaragua has filed a case at the International Court of Justice against Germany for giving financial and military aid to Israel and for defunding the United Nations Palestinian refugee agency UNRWA, the UN’s top court said on Friday, a day after a panel of UN-backed human rights experts accused the Latin American country of systematic human rights abuses “tantamount to crimes against humanity.”

Nicaragua asked the ICJ, also known as the World Court, to issue emergency measures requiring Berlin to stop its military aid to Israel and reverse its decision to stop funding UNRWA.

The German foreign ministry did not immediately respond to a request for comment. The court usually sets a date for a hearing on any requested emergency measures within weeks of a case being filed.

According to Nicaragua’s claim, Germany is violating the 1948 Genocide Convention and the 1949 Geneva Conventions on the laws of war in the Palestinian territories.

“By sending military equipment and now defunding UNRWA which provides essential support to the civilian population, Germany is facilitating the commission of genocide,” Nicaragua said in its legal filings.

Accusations from Israel that 12 UNRWA staff members took part in Hamas’s October 7 massacres prompted several countries, including Germany, Britain, Japan and the United States, to suspend their funding.

U.S. Official: Israel Agrees to 6-week Ceasefire, Awaiting Hamas Response
Talks seeking to secure the Israel-Hamas deal appear to be on track following the deadly Gaza aid incident, the United States officials familiar with the negotiations told CNN.

Earlier Israeli reports suggested that Israel put the talks on hold demanding Hamas to provide the list of the hostages that are still alive. Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has called the terrorist group’s demands “delusional.”

Parties have sought to finalize the deal before Ramadan, citing potential rise in tensions around the holy month observed by Muslims starting from March 10.
PIJ spokesman calls for continuation of 'Battle of al-Aqsa Flood'
Abu Hamza, the spokesman for the Al-Quds Battalion of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad, said in his speech on Saturday that he is declaring "the continuation of the Battle of al-Aqsa Flood," as they call the war.

The call to continue the war was made "on the basis of unity between the arenas in Gaza, Lebanon, Iraq, and Yemen."

He also said, "I call upon our people in the West Bank and holy Jerusalem to go out and attack the enemy. I call upon the Arab and Islamic nations to make the first day of Ramadan an international day of support for Gaza."

Fighting Israel on Ramadan
"Just as you turn to God in prayer and fasting, turn to the land of Israel with weapons," he added.

Regarding the issue of the day after, he said, "We tell Netanyahu that the issue will be determined only by us, the fighters."

Israeli commandos raid Sinwar-affiliated Hamas compound
Troops belonging to the Egoz Unit, an elite unit in the IDF Commando Brigade, raided a compound in western Khan Yunis associated with Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar, the IDF stated on Saturday.

Over the course of the operations in western Khan Yunis, Commando Brigade troops engaged and eliminated dozens of terrorists.

Inside the Sinwar-affiliated compound, the Israeli soldiers reportedly found an AK-47 assault rifle. In another structure in the area, the troops uncovered large amounts of terrorist military equipment. Among the ordnance retrieved by the IDF were uniforms, vests, submachine guns, and ammunition.

The IDF noted that the operational activities of the Egoz Unit on the terrorist structures in the area were conducted following precise intelligence.

The military added that over the previous weeks, Commando Brigade troops, as well as other brigades operating in the Khan Yunis area, were joined in combat by the commanders and soldiers of the Commando Brigade’s Training School.

During their activities in the area, the IDF reported, Israeli troops eliminated dozens of jihadist operatives and raided numerous terror infrastructures.

Three IDF soldiers killed, 14 wounded in Gaza trap
Three IDF soldiers were killed, and 14 others were wounded in southern Gaza, the IDF said. Six of the 14 wounded were left in serious condition.

The Israeli troops were operating in a two-story building wherein they expected to confront terrorists when they encountered a number of booby traps.

According to the IDF, an Israel combat helicopter thereafter arrived at the scene and identified terrorists in the area before laying down fire.

Terrorists eliminated
The IDF noted that it believed the terrorists were killed in the encounter.

The terrorists engaged by the IDF helicopter were believed to be those who had booby-trapped the building.

On Saturday evening, the IDF named the three fallen soldiers as 19-year-old Sergeant Dolev Malka from Shlomi, 19-year-old Sergeant Afik Tery from Rehovot, and 20-year-old Sergeant Inon Yitzhak from Mitzpe Ramon.

All three were soldiers drafted into the Kfir Brigade and served in the 450th battalion of the Bislamach Brigade as part of the infantry commanders' training course.

Biden Slams Israel, ‘No Excuses’ for Aid Not Flowing; Israel: We’re Not the Problem
President Joe Biden slammed Israel on Friday in the wake of a deadly stampede around an aid convoy in Gaza the day before, saying that there were “no excuses” for more humanitarian aid not flowing into the territory during the war.

Biden spoke at the White House during a visit by Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni. He announced that the U.S. would begin airdrops of aid into Gaza, joining other nations, such as Jordan, that have delivered aid to Gaza that way.

Israel has said for months that it is not the limiting factor in aid reaching Gaza, but rather that the United Nations is failing to distribute the aid. In addition, Israeli officials believe that 50% to 60% of the aid is stolen by Hamas terrorists.

This week, an Israeli government spokesman told reporters that Israel had the capacity to allow “unlimited” amounts of aid into Gaza, but that the United Nations was only distributing about 80% of the aid.

A report emerged Thursday that the United Nations is deliberately withholding resources from agencies other than the UN Relief and Works Agency, which has been linked to terror and which has lost many of its international funders.

As Breitbart News reported, some 100 or so Palestinians were killed early Thursday as they stampeded around incoming aid trucks. Israeli troops, who were reportedly threatened by some of the stampeding people, fired warning shots and then fired in self-defense.
Biden announces US to airdrop humanitarian aid into Gaza
US President Joe Biden has announced that the US military will airdrop humanitarian supplies into Gaza amidst negotiations between Israel and Hamas for a ceasefire in exchange for the return of Israeli hostages.

In a statement delivered at the White House, Biden said: “The truth is, aid flowing into Gaza is nowhere nearly enough now. It’s nowhere nearly enough. Innocent lives are on the line and children’s lives are on the line.”

“We should be getting hundreds of trucks in, not just several.”

Speaking alongside the Italian Prime Minister Georgia Meloni, he said: “We’re going to pull out every stop we can” to deliver aid, but according to Politico misspoke several times and referred to Gaza as ‘Ukraine.”

On Monday, Biden expressed hope that a ceasefire deal could be reached between Hamas and Israel before the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, although this was disputed by several Israeli government sources.

Earlier this week, Jewish senator Bernie Sanders said: “The United States must immediately begin to airdrop food, water, and other lifesaving supplies into Gaza,

“While an airdrop will buy time and save lives, there is no substitute for sustained ground deliveries of what is needed to sustain life in Gaza. Israel MUST open the borders and allow the United Nations to deliver supplies in sufficient quantities.”

Israeli military promises thorough investigation into aid convoy deaths
The Israeli military on Saturday promised an exhaustive and truthful investigation into the deaths of Palestinians queuing for aid in Gaza this week, an incident that has drawn condemnations and calls for an international inquiry.

Hamas-run health authorities in Gaza said 118 people were killed in Thursday's incident, attributing the deaths to Israeli fire and calling it a massacre.

Israel disputed those figures and said most victims were trampled or run over as crowds swarmed aid trucks. An Israeli official also said troops had "in a limited response" later fired on crowds they felt had posed a threat.

The IDF also published aerial footage of the event.

Statements from Rear Admiral Daniel Hagari
"We are investigating this incident, we have all the documentation that we need in order to carry out an exhaustive, truthful investigation into the facts of this incident and we will present our findings," spokesperson Rear Admiral Daniel Hagari told reporters in Tel Aviv.

"It was a humanitarian operation we were running and the claim that we deliberately attacked the convoy and deliberately harmed people is completely baseless," Hagari said. He added that it was the fourth such operation in that area.

Although the accounts of what happened differed sharply, the incident has underscored the collapse of orderly aid deliveries in Gaza, with no administration in place and the main UN agency UNRWA hamstrung by an inquiry into alleged links with Hamas.

With a humanitarian catastrophe unfolding in Gaza, many countries have urged a ceasefire, but US President Joe Biden said Thursday's incident will complicate talks at which a deal involving a truce and hostage release is being sought.

Republicans ask UNRWA head to testify publicly before Congress
Republicans on the House Foreign Affairs Committee called on Wednesday for the head of the U.N. Palestinian aid agency to testify publicly about its alleged ties to Hamas.

Michael McCaul (R-Texas), the committee’s chair, and Reps. Brian Mast (R-Fla.), Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) and Chris Smith (R-N.J.) wrote to Philippe Lazzarini informing the commissioner-general of UNRWA that his offer to testify behind closed doors wasn’t enough.

“Many members of this committee are gravely concerned but sadly, unsurprised, by allegations that employees of UNRWA participated in the horrendous Oct. 7 attack and that thousands of employees have familial or direct ties to Hamas and other terrorist organizations,” the lawmakers wrote.

“We are outraged by recent reporting that a Hamas military installation and server room is located directly beneath UNRWA’s Gaza headquarters,” they added. “It is now more important than ever that the American people hear from you directly in a public setting.”

The committee Republicans first wrote to Lazzarini on Jan. 15 asking him to testify about allegations that Hamas was stealing U.N. aid and amid longstanding concerns about whether UNRWA was wittingly or unwittingly aiding the terrorist group.

Since then, Israel has leveled more serious and direct allegations against UNRWA, including that 30 of its staffers participated directly in the Oct. 7 attacks and that more than 10% of its 13,000 employees in Gaza are members of Hamas or Palestinian Islamic Jihad.

The United States and 16 other countries and the European Union have suspended aid to UNRWA in response.

Hezbollah announces deaths of 5 members killed in Israeli strikes
Since early this morning, the Hezbollah terror group has announced the deaths of five members killed “on the road to Jerusalem,” its term for operatives slain in Israeli strikes.

Their deaths bring the terror group’s toll since the beginning of the war in the Gaza Strip to 227.

The announcement comes following several IDF strikes on Hezbollah positions in Lebanon yesterday, in response to attacks on northern Israel.

The deaths are not believed to be related to an alleged Israeli drone strike this morning in Naqoura, which reportedly killed three people.

Remo Alhuzeil, Bedouin policeman who saved many the lives during the October 7th
Learn about the incredible story of Israel's hero, Bedouin policeman Remo Alhuzeil who saved the lives of many Israelis during the October 7th massacre!

Reason: What’s the root cause of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict?
Eli Lake of 'The Free Press' debates author Jeremy Hammond at The Soho Forum

On Monday, February 26, 2024, reporter and podcaster Eli Lake and author Jeremy Hammond debated the resolution, "The root cause of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is the Palestinians' rejection of Israel's right to exist."

Taking the affirmative was Lake, the former senior national security correspondent for The Daily Beast and Newsweek. He is currently a reporter at The Free Press and host of The Re-Education podcast. He has also contributed to CNN, Fox, C-SPAN, Charlie Rose, the I Am Rapaport: Stereo Podcast and

Hammond, an independent journalist and author, took the negative. He is the author of several books, including Obstacle to Peace: The US Role in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.

Colonizers? Communists? Czarists? | Haviv Rettig Gur on What Arabs Got Wrong About Jewish Refugees
Journalist, political correspondent and academic Haviv Rettig Gur sits down with Eylon Levy for a deep dive into the conflict’s clashing narratives.

Together, they decode both the Israeli and Palestinian versions of the creation of the state of Israel, how the Arabs saw the Jews, how the Jews saw themselves, and the problem of historical revisionism. Mostly, Haviv and Eylon try to answer the key question: what do we wish the Palestinians understood about us?

The Israel Guys: Nobody Seems to Know What Just Happened in Gaza…
Something crazy happened in Gaza yesterday, and the world is losing its collective mind. Here’s how almost everybody is getting the story wrong, along with a tragic terror attack that happened in Gaza yesterday.

Ben breaks it all down for you here on the show.

Caroline Glick: Michigan’s ‘uncommitted’ voters confirm Israel’s strengths — and Biden’s weakness
Tlaib called on Muslim and progressive voters in Michigan to vote “Uncommitted” rather than vote for Biden in the Michigan primaries which took place on Tuesday.

The idea was to send Biden a clear message: Support Israel and lose Michigan.

Lose Michigan, and Donald Trump will return to the White House.

Despite receiving saturation coverage, Tlaib’s campaign bombed.

Biden won the Michigan primary with 81.1% of the vote. “Uncommitted” came away with a measly 13.2%.

Michigan voters routinely vote “Uncommitted,” even when popular candidates run in the primary.

For instance, in 2012, when then-President Barack Obama was running unopposed for reelection, “Uncommitted” won 11% of the vote.

Seen in the context of Michigan primary voting patterns, Tlaib and her supporters barely moved the needle.

A new Harvard-Harris poll of U.S. opinion published the day of the primary explained their failure.

Tlaib and her voters are marginal players.

Americans support Israel against Hamas 82% to 18%.

They support all of Israel’s war aims 2:1.

Some 67% of Americans believe there should only be a ceasefire after all the hostages are released and after Hamas is removed from power; 63% support Israel’s plan to seize Rafah; and 78% believe that Hamas should be removed from power.

Conversely, only 28% of Americans think that the Palestinian Authority should replace Hamas, while 68% of Americans say Israel is trying to avoid civilian casualties in Gaza.

Not only do Americans support Israel, they support Netanyahu.

Whereas Biden has a net -11% approval rating, Netanyahu’s net approval rating is +2%. (Rashida Tlaib has a -18% net approval rating.)

Unsurprisingly, only 38% of Americans support Biden’s handling of the war in Gaza.

The two polls show that Biden and his advisors have things backwards.

Netanyahu is not a captive of his “ultra-conservative” coalition.

In pursuing victory over Hamas, Netanyahu represents mainstream public opinion in Israel and in the United States.

As for Biden, he’s the one who’s captive to Tlaib and the 18% of Americans who join her in supporting Hamas murderers against Israel.

Rishi Sunak Says Islamist and ‘Far-Right’ Extremists Are Trying to Destroy British Democracy
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak warned that Islamist and “far-right” extremism “are trying to tear us apart” in an impromptu speech from Downing Street on Friday evening in the wake of leftist populist George Galloway winning the by-election in Rochdale.

Speaking from the steps of Number 10, Sunak said that there has been a “shocking increase” in extremist activity on the streets of Britain following the October 7th Hamas terror attacks on Israel and warned that “democracy itself is a target”.

“I fear that our great achievement in building the world’s most successful multi-ethnic, multi-faith democracy is being deliberately undermined. There are forces here at home trying to tear us apart,” the prime minister said.

Since October 7th, major cities in the UK like London have seen persistent pro-Palestinian protests featuring radical rhetoric, including the justification of the terror attacks and genocidal calls against Israel. There has also been increased security for members of parliament over concerns of Islamist attacks, and the speaker of the House of Commons claimed last week that he was forced into breaking protocol because he wanted to protect parliamentarians from violent reprisals.

Yet, despite the apparent one-sidedness of the extremist threat, Sunak made sure to inlcude both the “far-right’ and Islamist groups in his speech, saying: “Islamist extremists and the far right feed off and embolden each other. They are equally desperate to pretend that their violence is somehow justified when actually these groups are two sides of the same extremist coin.

“Neither group accept that change in our country can only come through the peaceful democratic process. Both loathe the pluralist, modern country we are. Both want to set Briton against Briton to weaponise the evils of anti-Semitism and anti-Muslim hatred for their own ends.”

UK's Sunak 'beyond alarmed' after George Galloway elected MP

Tucker Carlson rejects NATO, questions aid to Israel in podcast interview
The pundit, whose Fox News program was the most-watched show on cable news, drawing about 3 million viewers on an average night, returned throughout the podcast to the theme of his increasing skepticism about America’s role in the world.

“I don’t think you can overstate the lack of wisdom, weakness, short-term thinking of American foreign policy leadership,” Carlson told Fridman in a discussion about the Middle East. “When was the last time they improved another country?” he asked, invoking the post-World War II Marshall Plan. “You look at Europe now, and you’re like, ‘I don’t know if that worked,’” Carlson said.

Addressing the war between Israel and Hamas and its allies, Carlson took a skeptical tone toward what he called "implied security guarantees" of the United States to Israel. “Like every country,” he said, “it’s probably best if [Israel] makes its decisions based on what it can do by itself.”

The former Fox News host has been one of the loudest critics in mainstream American politics of the country’s support for Ukraine’s war effort, accusing Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky of persecuting Christians after the government took measures against the local Russian Orthodox Church.

Carlson has also labeled Zelensky “sweaty and rat-like,” for which Carlson was accused by the Eurasia group’s Ian Bremmer and others of antisemitism.

Speaking to Fridman, Carlson said that if he were president, he would “pull out of NATO immediately,” telling the podcast host, “I don’t understand the purpose of NATO. I don’t think NATO is good for the United States. I think it’s an attack on our sovereignty.”

Carlson told Fridman that he also wanted to interview Zelensky. The Ukrainian president has harshly criticized Carlson’s interview with Putin, using an expletive to describe the sit-down during a recent interview on Fox News.
Farrakhan conspiratorially proclaims Netanyahu ‘sanctioned’ Oct. 7 attacks
Louis Farrakhan, leader of the Nation of Islam known to spew antisemitism freely, delivered the keynote speech on Feb. 25 at the organization’s annual Saviours’ Day conference in Detroit titled “What Does Allah, the Great Mahdi and the Great Messiah Have to Say About the War in the Middle East?”

On the last day of the three-day event, Farrakhan claimed that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had prior knowledge of the terrorist attacks in his country on Oct. 7 and “already knew what Hamas was gonna do because he sanctioned it.”

Farrakhan ranted that Netanyahu’s motivation for Israelis to be slaughtered, raped, tortured and kidnapped was so that he could engage in a “second nakba” (the Arabic word for “catastrophe” that refers to the creation of the modern-day State of Israel in 1948) to remove all Palestinians from the Gaza Strip, and eventually, from Judea and Samaria as well.

He also proclaimed that Netanyahu sought for “Israel to conquer the whole Middle East.”

Farrakhan also invoked the “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free” chant, clearly explaining it in the context of Israel’s destruction. He explicitly defended suicide bombers, saying “I’m not angry with the Palestinians who strap bombs on themselves because they are sacrificing the only thing left for them. It’s their lives, and they were giving Israel hell.”

Farrakhan added that “the whole world right now is enslaved—and America is the greatest enslaved nation—by the Synagogue of Satan.”

Protesters dog Israeli speaker at LA Holocaust Museum after UC Berkeley event canceled
As a member of the Israeli military who frequently speaks on Israel’s behalf, Ran Bar-Yoshafat is used to being heckled by anti-Israel protesters, especially on college campuses.

But he says what happened to him at the University of California, Berkeley this week — where a planned appearance was canceled because of a protest that turned violent — was on a different level.

“They’re giving [a] prize to the violent side, and basically shutting down the person who wants to speak,” Bar-Yoshafat told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. “I didn’t get a chance to even say, ‘Hello, my name is Ran.’”

Bar-Yoshafat’s scheduled appearance on Thursday at Los Angeles’ Holocaust museum, three days after the Berkeley incident, took place without interruption — although several dozen protesters amassed outside and later clashed with pro-Israel demonstrators who arrived.

“We are not protesting the Holocaust museum,” one of the leaders of the protest announced over a loudspeaker as the group began its demonstration. “We are protesting an IDF soldier.”

She made sure the group knew Bar-Yoshafat’s name, then led chants that included, “Yoshafat, you can’t hide, you committed genocide.”

Israeli soldiers and former soldiers have faced protests around the world since the outbreak of the Israel-Hamas war, which began with the Hamas-led onslaught on October 7 that killed 1,200 people in southern Israel, most of them civilians, and saw another 253 abducted to the Gaza Strip, where many are still being held.
Berkeley Administrators Have Offered No Apology to Israeli Speaker Accosted by Anti-Semitic Mob
University of California, Berkeley, administrators have offered no apology to Israeli lawyer Ran Bar-Yoshafat, whose speech to a campus Jewish group was abruptly canceled by the university after violent protesters choked a female student attendee, spit in another attendee's face, and broke into the auditorium where Bar-Yoshafat waited onstage.

"I've had no apology," Bar-Yoshafat told the Washington Free Beacon. "No one from Berkeley has contacted me since, or tried to contact me, even."

Only about 10 to 12 student attendees had been able to make it into the university venue where Bar-Yoshafat had been moved for the third time when violent protesters broke down the doors and university police abruptly declared that the event would be shut down. Following this announcement, Bar-Yoshafat said, an unidentified staffer told him that he would have to leave. The staffer and security guards then showed him and his wife down a backstage corridor so that they could leave without having to navigate the violent protesters.

Before the lawyer could leave, however, two fully masked protesters jumped onstage and approached him with their hands in their pockets, without interference from security, and saw where he and his wife were going. Bar-Yoshafat said his university escorts showed him down the corridor, opened the door to the street, and left him and his wife outside alone with a "good luck." The couple had no idea where they were or how to get to their car until a staff member for the group sponsoring Bar-Yoshafat's U.S. speaking tour found them.

The treatment that Bar-Yoshafat describes is another black mark on Berkeley that shows the school's growing reputation for allowing anti-Semitism to fester on its campus. Last fall, a civil rights group sued the university for its "hotbed of anti-Jewish hostility and harassment." In 2022, the federal government opened an investigation into "deep-seated anti-Semitic discrimination" at the university's top-tier law school. And Berkeley is home to the inaugural chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine, which has been fomenting anti-Semitic fervor on campuses around the country.
Cops launch an investigation into an Aussie pro-Palestine group who claim terrorism is 'justified resistance' - after they were accused of assaulting Jews outside city's town hall
Police are investigating an alleged assault by pro-Palestinian protesters against Jewish Australians as videos emerge of protest leaders labelling themselves as 'terrorists' and saying their 'proper resistance action' is yet to come.

The alleged assault occurred on Jewish citizens attempting to attend a debate at Melbourne Town Hall on February 20 when the protesters confronted them.

Video of the incident shows a Jewish man being knocked over before he is later forcibly dragged away by police who tell him he is 'disturbing the peace', despite protesting he has a ticket to attend a debate in the hall.

A separate video has emerged of the Town Hall protest leaders at another demonstration outside Victoria's Parliament House where they label themselves 'terrorists' who will clear Australia and Israel of 'colonisers'.

In the video shot on January 25 and intended for distribution on Australia Day the man who identifies himself as Keiran says that 'any sort of terrorism that we might commit is justified resistance'.

'It's legally justified under international law and it's justified morally,' Keiran said.

'Of course, the colonial entities are going to call us terrorists and at the end of the day, to them we might be terrorists.

'If we're being honest, we are (terrorists) because we're terrorising the colonial systems… they shouldn't be in Palestine in the first place.'

Another man, who cannot be named for legal reasons but was part of the Town Hall protest, addresses the rally, which has dubbed itself the 'Sit-Intifida' and has been keeping a permanent encampment outside Parliament House.

'Like you said, they label us as terrorists… we haven't even started the proper resistance action yet,' the man said.

'We will. It's just a matter of time.'
So much for containment! Pro-Palestine protesters gather at foot of Nelson's Column after Rishi Sunak warned that extremists may try to take over demos
Pro-Palestine protesters have gathered at the foot of Nelson's Column after Rishi Sunak warned organisers not to let extremists hijack protests.

Dramatic footage shows demonstrators shouting and waving Palestinian flags as Met Police officers began to clear the group in Trafalgar Square this evening.

Westminster Police confirmed twelve arrests were made and officers have since cleared the protest but remain at the scene.

It comes after new plans proposed by Home Secretary James Cleverly last month stated protesters who climb on war memorials could face months in prison and a hefty fine.

The proposed plans also include banning the possession of flares or pyrotechnics at protests, as well as the use of face coverings to conceal your identity.

Officers formed a human wall in front of activists earlier today as they demonstrated outside a Barclays bank on Tottenham Court Road to ensure their 'Day of Action for Palestine' went no further.

Marches are being held in 48 locations in England, Scotland and Wales to protest against the bank, which organisers claim holds 'substantial financial ties with arms companies supplying weapons and military technology to Israel'.

Jonathan Tobin: Can American colleges be rescued from woke antisemitism?
This is a problem for all Americans who know that in this case, as with so many other ones, the Jews are the canaries in the coal mine. In the long run, if universities continue to be run and taught by people who are at war with Western civilization and America, they won’t survive—or at least not in their current form. Liberal education—and by liberal, I mean studies that are dedicated to the “great books” of the core curriculum that prizes the best of the West in the humanities and not the current poor excuse for learning that focuses obsessively on race and gender—is key to the survival of our university system. It may be that college degrees, including those from the most prestigious institutions like Harvard that have always been considered a gateway to inclusion in the country’s upper echelon, will no longer be valued as highly in the past. And that is certainly true for less well-regarded schools whose degrees will certainly be worth even less in the future.

But it is especially difficult for Jewish families, including those that might not have previously thought much about antisemitism when choosing a college for their children but are determined they have the best education possible.

While the woke problem is less awful in some universities than others, so successful has the progressives’ long march through higher education that few can be said to be completely free of it. Even a well-regarded institution like Hillsdale College is not going to be an option for most Jews because it is avowedly Christian. Nor are Jews who are not Orthodox going to retreat into Jewish enclaves like Yeshiva University or religious schools, including yeshivahs.

This dilemma is what has given some impetus to a movement to provide alternatives to what is currently on offer.

One such new option is the University of Austin, a private school that will admit its first students next fall. This promising project, which is backed by people like journalist Bari Weiss and renowned historian Niall Ferguson, will offer a classical Western education dedicated to both the genius of Western civilization and the kind of open discourse that is no longer to be found at most schools, especially the most prestigious ones. And it has gained considerable support in terms of donations and student interest since Oct. 7.

Another such option is the New College of Florida, a state-run institution that, thanks to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, has begun the work of changing itself into a bastion of Western thought after its previous leftist leadership essentially put it in danger of closing due to mismanagement. DeSantis put people like Christopher Rufo, whose work exposing the way critical race theory was ruining American education has made him very unpopular in academia, on its board. It doesn’t have the prestige of the Austin project, but its value lies not just in what it can offer students. It is trying to provide a model to the nation that will show how public colleges and universities can be saved.

As Bruce Abramson, its director of student admissions, told me, the small school that previously had little in the way of Jewish life is seeking to appeal to Jewish students who want a classical education at a place where they won’t have to worry about woke antisemitism.

That’s an important selling point, and both Austin and New College, each in their own way, are in the vanguard of a movement that is likely to grow because of the demand for what they are offering.

Cutting funding is the only answer
In the meantime, the best and the brightest, including and especially Jewish students, will still want to go to Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Columbia, Stanford and the rest of the elite schools simply because they remain the surest path to success even if the value of their education on offer is clearly declining.

If those schools can’t rid themselves of their illiberal and antisemitic wokeness—and there’s no reason to think they can—then some other way must be found to force them to change. The only possibility is for Washington, which plays such a key role in enabling and spreading the problem through funding policies, to change. Instead of backing up DEI mandates, it needs to overturn and ban them, withholding federal funding from those academic institutions that resist.

That’s an enormous project that will require a change in power—the Biden administration’s embrace of DEI has created woke commissars throughout the government. It will also mean a realization within the political class that their expressions of horror about the rise of antisemitism on campus are meaningless unless it is ready to start rolling back the progressive capture of these schools by starving them of the money they have used both to bilk students and to hire an army of DEI bureaucrats who have made the current surge in Jew-hatred possible. Until that happens, we should expect the tales of Jewish victimization on American campuses once dedicated to liberal thought to continue and grow worse.
Kassy Dillon: University of Virginia Students Vote To Divest From Israel, Condemn Its War Against Hamas
Students at the University of Virginia overwhelmingly voted in favor of their university divesting from the state of Israel in a campus-wide referendum on Wednesday amid accusations of anti-Semitic discrimination against Jewish students at the school.

The referendum, sponsored by seven student groups, passed by a margin of 67 percent to 32 percent, with 30 percent of the student body participating.

The referendum calls for the university’s administration to undergo an audit to determine if endowment funds are used to invest in companies “engaging in or profiting from the State of Israel’s apartheid regime.” It demands the school divest any funds identified.

It also condemns the UVA administration for its failure to attack Israel in its statement that condemned Hamas days after the terror group committed the largest massacre of Jews since the Holocaust.

“The University released an initial statement on October 11, 2023, recognizing the ‘brutal terrorist attacks on Israel’ and ‘the actions of Hamas and the horrific violence that has taken place against civilians,’” the referendum reads. “This message failed to address the crimes committed by the Israeli government and the ongoing ethnic cleansing of the Palestinian people.”

It added that “entire student populations” felt “unseen and otherized” because the statement did not use the words “Palestine” or “Gaza.”

Colombian president who compares Israel to Nazis ends purchase of arms from Jewish state
Gustavo Petro, the president of Colombia, compared Israel to the Nazis and said on Thursday that the South American country would no longer purchase weapons from the Jewish state.

“Asking for food, more than 100 Palestinians were killed by Netanyahu. This is called genocide and is reminiscent of the Holocaust even if the world powers do not like to recognize it,” Petro wrote in Spanish on social media. “The world must block Netanyahu.”

The leftist leader added that “Colombia suspends all purchases of weapons from Israel.”

On Friday, Petro retweeted a post by a 21-year-old student with more than 250,000 followers, who wrote, in Spanish: “The Israeli government says they shot at civilians waiting for food because there were so many of them and the situation was getting out of control. What a cynical justification. There wouldn’t be a crowd desperate for food if they weren’t planned to be starved to death.”

The U.S. State Department has said it doesn’t have enough facts yet to comment on what happened during the aid delivery, and the U.S. delegation to the United Nations blocked a U.N. Security Council statement condemning Israel for the deaths and injuries Thursday morning during a chaotic attempt to deliver humanitarian aid near Gaza City.

Petro has repeatedly compared Israel to Nazis on social media.

Ship hit by Houthis last month sinks in Red Sea, the 1st vessel lost in the conflict
A ship attacked by Yemen’s Houthi rebels has sunk in the Red Sea after days of taking on water, officials said Saturday, the first vessel to be fully destroyed as part of their campaign over Israel’s war against the Hamas terror group in the Gaza Strip.

The sinking of the Rubymar comes as shipping through the crucial waterway for cargo and energy shipments moving from Asia and the Middle East to Europe has been affected by the Houthi attacks.

Already, many ships have turned away from the route. The sinking could see further detours and higher insurance rates put on vessels plying the waterway — potentially driving up global inflation and affecting aid shipments to the region.

The Belize-flagged Rubymar had been drifting northward after being struck by a Houthi anti-ship ballistic missile on February 18 in the Bab el-Mandeb Strait, a crucial waterway linking the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden.

Yemen’s internationally recognized government, as well as a regional military official, confirmed the ship sank. The official spoke on condition of anonymity as no authorization was given to speak to journalists about the incident.

The British military’s United Kingdom Maritime Trade Operations center, which watches over Mideast waterways, separately acknowledged the Rubymar’s sinking Saturday afternoon.

Toronto police make two arrests in antisemitic vandalism cases
Michael Park, 35, reportedly frightened Toronto residents in 2021 when he walked through a park shirtless, displaying a swastika painted in black on the right side of his chest, similar to Edward Norton’s neo-Nazi leader Derek Vineyard in “American History X.”

Since then, Park has allegedly taken his antisemitic intimidation to the next level. Police arrested him on Feb. 24, suspecting him of leaving graffiti of unspecified “antisemitic symbols” on several buildings in the Parkdale neighborhood the previous day. Park has previously faced charges for antisemitic acts in the summer of 2021 when he insulted and assaulted two people.

On Feb. 26, Toronto police charged another man with an act of antisemitic graffiti. Matthew Doyle, 41, allegedly committed multiple crimes of vandalism, including spray-painting “vote Hamas” on a statue of the late Canadian Jewish actor Al Waxman. The son of Polish immigrants, Waxman became notable for his role as convenience store owner Larry King in the TV show “The King of Kensington” on CBC, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

Doyle faces five counts of mischief with the Hamas graffiti being treated as a potential hate crime. Doyle made his first court appearance on Tuesday.

“Vandalizing the statue of a local Jewish icon to glorify a terror group is an utterly reprehensible act of antisemitism,” said Michael Levitt, Friends of the Simon Wiesenthal Center president and CEO. “There must be no room for such hatred and promotion of terror in this city. We appreciate the prompt and resolute investigation by Toronto police that has led to an arrest and charges laid.”
When Jews defeated the Blackshirts
In the shape of the anti-Israel movement, Britain’s Jews today face a different threat. But it’s one that bears comparison with the Blackshirted menace that once stalked Britain’s streets. Once again, Jewish people find themselves confronted with a movement shot through with anti-Semitism. A movement that wants to drive Jewish people out of public spaces, just as it wants to drive Israel off the map. A movement that wants to efface all expressions of Jewishness.

In 1930s Manchester, Cheetham’s Jewish community, led by young Communist radicals, fought back. They did so courageously and determinedly. But they also did so alone, without the support of the mainstream left. There is a danger that Britain’s Jews now find themselves in a similar position, left alone to face the oldest hatred in its new Islamist and identitarian guise.

They need the solidarity of those outside the Jewish community more than ever. To defend synagogues, Jewish schools and businesses. To defend Jewish people from the Israelophobia that now seems to grip a significant minority of the population, much as fascism once did.

The legacy of Cheetham’s struggle against the Blackshirts is one of courage, conviction and resistance. Young radicals fought back against the most reactionary ideology of the era. It’s time we started doing the same.
Boeing Company to sponsor science, tech program for kids in southern Israel town
A unique program in the southern Israeli town of Yeruham in the Negev desert will be sponsored by The Boeing Company to encourage the number of kids that are of kindergarten age to pursue science and technology programs.

The US aircraft manufacturer had donated towards establishing a Science (STEM) kindergarten that would be open to kids from around the southern town.

Another purpose for the Boeing-sponsored program is to promote digital literacy in the children participants.

The kindergarten program was inaugurated by Yeruham Mayor Tal Ohana and the President of Boeing Israel Maj. General (Res.) Ido Nehushtan. Details of the Boeing program

The children involved in the program will be closely accompanied by scientists and academics. They will be able to learn and acquire knowledge in various fields of science to encourage curiosity and research.

To heighten the experience of the program, the entrance to the kindergarten will be modeled after the interior of a Boeing passenger plane, where children will be able to look through the windows.
Be’eri gallerist finds hope and pain in exhibit about home, as she pines for her own
Photographer and curator Sofie Berzon MacKie was planning an exhibit about her Kibbutz Be’eri living room before Hamas terrorists attacked on October 7, killing, assaulting and abducting her neighbors, and destroying her community and the Be’eri gallery, where she worked for the last 13 years.

Berzon MacKie, her partner, and their three children all survived, as did her father, her two sisters, and their families.

Now they’re living, along with other displaced Be’eri survivors, in a Dead Sea hotel away from home.

Home, in fact, is the subject of her exhibit “Silvery Water and Starry Earth,” curated by Meital Manor and open January 12 through April 12 at Studio of Her Own, a gallery for Jerusalem women artists.

The focus is primarily on Berzon MacKie’s photographs of spaces that have felt like home to her, from her British mother’s ancestral home in London to the far simpler kibbutz living room of her own Be’eri home.

The exhibit begins in the main gallery of Studio of Her Own, which itself is housed in the gracious early twentieth-century home of painter Pinchas Litvinovsky, with the original brick fireplace still intact.

Here are dreamy images of Berzon MacKie’s mustard-colored tufted velvet couch, set against airy white curtains but with a focus on unlikely animals she created with AI collage imagery — a feathery swan in one picture and a wide-eyed owl in the other, each curled up on the couch.

In another room of the gallery is the velvet couch, rescued from Berzon MacKie’s home and restored, along with other objects including a stuffed owl from the kibbutz nature room and, on an outside wall, a curio box of objects that represent the artist’s life.

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