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"Fear is the foundation of most governments." -- John Adams, Second President of the United States

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Lines of thousands of Palestinians with pale faces covered with sweat and smoke. Lean and hungry bodies, standing in a long line for hours, almost the entire day, from morning until night, standing in place.

They are all residents and families of the northern Gaza Strip are happy today despite their exhaustion and hunger, which has continued for six months.

Israeli authorities have not provided "any supporting evidence" to back up allegations that United Nations agency for Palestinian refugees employees are members of groups that attacked Israel on 7 October, a review led by the former French foreign minister Catherine Colonna has said.

Harvard University has suspended the Harvard Undergraduate Palestine Solidarity Committee after months of administrative repression, harassment and intimidation from right-wing politicians and donors, the group said in a statement sent to Middle East Eye.

Anti-Israel protestors armed with flares and Palestinian flags marched towards the headquarters of the NYPD on Monday night only hours after officers wearing riot gear stormed an NYU protest 'Gaza Solidarity' encampment protest in Greenwich Village.

More than 150 students, staff and faculty members were reportedly arrested by police after ignoring warnings to vacate the campus plaza where the protest was being held.

How to interfere, once again, in British politics and further curtail fundamental civil liberties on behalf of a foreign power, Israel – all egged on by the political and media establishment – in seven easy steps:

In Gaza, you can pay with your life for a bag of flour.

My friend’s brother paid that price. He was killed when Israel attacked a crowd waiting for aid.

Bread is necessary for our survival. It is baked in a clay oven using flour, yeast, a little water and cooking oil.

Before 7 October, we could buy bread in our neighborhood bakeries. Most of those bakeries have now been destroyed.