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  • Ex-Israeli PM Ehud Barak Debunks Misinformation On Bunkers In Al Shifa Hospital

    Weeks have passed since Israeli forces targeted Gaza’s largest hospital Al Shifa, under claims that the Hamas group had constructed underground bunkers. The former Israeli Prime Minister and Defense Minister, Ehud Barak has debunked to CNN the reality behind those bunkers.   A video filmed by IDF inside the bunkers in question…

  • Firefly in Photos

    BY TABITHA REEVESStaff Reporter BY RISHA INAGANTIStaff Reporter THE REVIEW/Tabitha Reeves The Bazaar was bustling with shoppers searching for their new favorite crochet top or inflatable beanbag for the duration of the entire festival. THE REVIEW/Tabitha ReevesThe Thicket featured a silent disco, with plenty of room to dance both behind the trees and on outside…

  • 300 Palestinian Women & Children In Israeli Jails Listed In Exchange For hostage Swap

    Currently, there are over 8000 Palestinian prisoners in Israeli prisons, 3,000 of them have been detained since October 7. Ever since the outbreak, six Palestinian prisoners died in prison. According to testimonies of released detainees and information provided by Palestinian Prisoner’s Society, and the Commission of Detainees, the prisoners have been exposed to violations, torture,…

  • Ex-White House Aide’s Verbal Abuse of NYC Arab Street Vendors

    On several occasions, former White House security advisor in the Obama administration, Stuart Seldowitz harassed a halal cart vendor, berating him with Islamophobic remarks. He was caught on camera, calling the vendor a “terrorist” as well as berating the man for not speaking English. Along with that, he voiced his opinion about Palestine, saying that…

  • South African Parliament Votes to Close Its Israeli Embassy in Solidarity Move

    Through a majority decision made on Tuesday, South African lawmakers voted for the closure of its Israeli embassy by a vote of 248 in favor and 91 against. The vote came after a meeting was held between President Cyril Ramaphosa and other world leaders who all accused Israel of committing genocide in…

  • Annual turkey pardoning should remind Americans to be grateful, Biden says

    TABITHA REEVESCo-Managing News Editor During the late morning of his 81st birthday, President Joe Biden paid a visit to the White House’s South Lawn to continue the 76-year tradition of pardoning two lucky turkeys from the Thanksgiving table. This year, the spared birds hailed from Willmar, Minnesota, and were named Liberty and Bell, Biden said…

  • “I Will Not Leave My Lovely Strip Behind”: Palestinian Journalist Motaz Azaiza Responds To Threats

    Photojournalist Motaz Azaiza who is admired by millions had his life drastically changed in the past forty days ever since the start of the attacks on Gaza. In October he lost 15 members of his family in an airstrike, now his physical and mental health is deteriorating like hundreds of thousands in Gaza. https://www.facebook.com/reel/348705277548873 ‏Yesterday…

  • Yemen’s Houthi Seizes Israeli Ship To Support Palestine

    Yemen announced that it seized an Israeli cargo ship in the Red Sea. They said that they would not stop there and would continue to target ships in international waters that were linked to or owned by Israel until the end of the Gaza genocide. They followed that by stating that all…

  • Biden Remains Resolute: No Ceasefire, Insists On Two-State Solution

    Since the beginning of the Gazan genocide, President Joe Biden held a firm opposition towards a ceasefire despite the fact that domestic and international calls for a ceasefire only continue to grow. His views also contrast with Arab leaders who have pressured the US to call for a ceasefire. Biden argued that “As long…

  • At-large landing spot: Delaware draws Lafayette in FCS playoffs first round

    BY DANIEL STEENKAMERManaging Sports Editor Despite being whacked by Villanova University on Saturday in the Battle of the Blue, Delaware’s football season is not over. After the Fightin’ Blue Hens succumbed to the Wildcats 35-7 (following early injuries to Delaware starting quarterbacks Ryan O’Connor and Zach Marker), the 8-3 Hens learned their postseason fate on…

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