• nondescripthandle@lemmy.dbzer0.com
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    24 days ago

    Of course he does. Buisness as usual for him is going to include more setteler violence and intrusions on the West Bank coupled with mass arrests of Palestinians with no recourse. Unless the ceasfire includeds statehood theres almost no way Netanyahu doesn’t get the better deal out of ceasefire.

  • Sanctus@lemmy.world
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    25 days ago

    No matter what happens. I’m going to be watching out for Israeli backed shit in the US and avoiding it. I had really no opinion before all of this. Now I want Israel out of my government.

    • DashboTreeFrog@discuss.online
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      25 days ago

      I imagine this is the kind of sentiment that really scares the Israeli government and probably the people of Israel. Most people didn’t really care before but now everyone has an opinion on Israel and it’s generally not good. Potential political isolation aside, the social isolation’s gonna be a big problem for them too.

  • audiomodder@lemmy.blahaj.zone
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    25 days ago

    I mean, since Biden changed the meaning it “ceasefire” to mean “temporary pause”, then of course he would be ok. Gives the IDF a chance to reload.

    • mozz@mbin.grits.dev
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      25 days ago

      This comes right after Israel sending a delegation to the US to “talk about” the war in Lebanon and the so called war in Gaza, too. Presumably to talk about hey you’re gonna bankroll those into the fall, like always, right?