Israeli Minister Blocks US Flour Shipments Into Gaza

Israeli Minister Blocks US Flour Shipments Into Gaza

Israeli Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich is blocking a US-funded flour shipment into Gaza that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu previously vowed would be allowed into the Strip, Axios reported on Tuesday. Officials said that Netanyahu personally made the commitment to President Biden several weeks ago and that the Israeli war and security cabinets approved the delivery to be made through Israel’s Kerem Shalom crossing into Gaza, where Israelis have been protesting against humanitarian aid shipments into Gaza. Smotrich’s office says he blocked the shipment because it’s going to the UN...

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House to Vote on $17.6 Billion in New Military Aid for Israel

House to Vote on $17.6 Billion in New Military Aid for Israel

The House will vote on a bill this week to provide $17.6 billion in new military aid to Israel to support the mass killing of Palestinians in Gaza. The House previously passed a $14.3 billion resolution for Israel but cut funds to the Internal Revenue Service, so it didn’t receive support from Democrats and was never brought to the Senate floor for a vote. The new bill adds over $3 billion for Israel and does not include spending cuts. Over in the Senate, negotiators reached a deal on border policy to advance a behemoth $110 spending bill that includes military aid for Israel, Ukraine, and...

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US, UK Launch Another Round of Heavy Strikes on Yemen

US, UK Launch Another Round of Heavy Strikes on Yemen

The US and the UK launched another round of joint missile strikes in Yemen on Saturday night as the situation in the Red Sea continues to escalate, and the Houthis show no sign of backing down. US Central Command said strikes were launched against 13 targets in 36 locations in Houthi-controlled Yemen, where most of Yemen’s population lives. Houthi military spokesman Yahya Sarea reported 48 strikes in multiple governorates, including Sanaa, Hodeidah, Taiz, al-Bayda, Hajjah, and Saada. CENTCOM claimed the strikes hit “multiple underground storage facilities, command and control, missile...

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US Launches More Strikes Against Houthis in Yemen as Escalations Continue

US Launches More Strikes Against Houthis in Yemen as Escalations Continue

CENTCOM says the strikes were launched early Tuesday The US military said Tuesday that it launched more strikes against the Houthis in Yemen as tensions in the region continue to escalate. US Central Command claimed that it hit Houthi anti-ship missiles. “At approximately 4:15 am (Sanaa time), US Forces struck and destroyed four Houthi anti-ship ballistic missiles prepared to launch from Houthi-controlled areas of Yemen,” CENTCOM said. But later in the day, the Houthis were able to target a Greek-owned ship in the Red Sea despite the US strikes. CENTCOM said the M/V Zografia “reported they...

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Last Rights: The Death of American Liberty

Last Rights: The Death of American Liberty

Americans today have “freedom” to be fleeced, groped, injected, harassed, surveilled, vilified, disarmed, beaten, detained, and maybe shot by federal agents. From hapless homeowners hit by SWAT raids to pandemic lockdowns pointlessly paralyzing lives, government...

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