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Daily Round-Up | Third Belmarsh Tribunal held in Washington DC and more

In today’s episode, we bring you stories of the Belmarsh tribunal in the US, internal contradictions in Israel, and wrestlers’ protests in India

Al Aqsa mosque Israeli minister Itamar Ben-Gvir storms Al-Aqsa mosque compound 

Ben-Gvir, who has stormed the mosque compound several times in the past, ignored warnings from both his colleagues in the Israeli parliament and Palestinians who called it an act of provocation

Palestinian UN ambassador UNGA resolution seeks ICJ opinion on legality of Israeli occupation and annexation of Palestinian land

The resolution was adopted by a vote of 87 in favor and 26 opposed. The US and Israel voted against the resolution while China and Russia supported it

Daily Round-Up | New right-wing government under Netanyahu takes charge in Israel and more

In today’s episode, we bring you stories of the new government taking charge in Israel, the meeting of defense ministers of Syria and Turkey, the arrest of Luis Fernando Camacho in Bolivia, and UN agencies warning of the reduction of work in Afghanistan

Daily Round-up | US announces USD 1.85 billion military package for Ukraine & other stories

In today’s episode, we bring you stories of US aid to Ukraine, Benjamin Netanyahu forming a new government, protests seeking the release of Argentine activist Milagro Sala, and Peru expelling the Mexican ambassador

Israel’s shift to the right is a natural evolution of Zionism

Rania Khalek of BreakThrough News explains Israel’s increasing rightward shift which is evident from the rise of politicians like Itamar Ben-Gvir

Netanyahu and Itamar Ben Gvir agree to legalize outposts. What does it mean for Palestinians?

Nearly 700,000 Israelis living in over 250 settlements and over 100 outposts in the occupied Palestinian territories. Both settlements and outposts are illegal under international law while Israel has until now termed outposts illegal

Mapping Faultlines: Israel’s Extremist Path, Chance for Peace in Ethiopia

NewsClick’s Prabir Purkayastha analyzes the recent elections in Israel which has brought Benjamin Netanyahu back to power. He also talks about the peace agreement in Ethiopia

Israeli elections Extreme right-wing gains big in latest Israeli elections, Netanyahu set to make comeback as PM

The overtly racist and anti-Palestinian Religious Zionism list is set to become the third largest party in the Israeli parliament and part of the new government

Israeli govt. eyes elections, regional dynamics with brutal assault on Gaza

Rania Khalek of BreakThrough News talks about the recent Israeli attacks on Gaza, the cynical political calculation of the occupying power, and its regional implications

Who benefits from I2U2?

The meeting of the leaders of the US, Israel, India and the UAE – what has been called the West Asian Quad – primarily serves to benefit Israel’s agenda in the region

Israeli Knesset dissolved Israel’s ruling coalition decides to dissolve parliament, call for fresh elections 

The dissolution of the Knesset will lead to automatic extension of the controversial settlers’ law for next six months. The government had failed to get approval for its extension earlier this month