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    Marwan Bishara “The thing about imperial powers like the UK and the US is that they don't give a damn about the action, in this case, the occupation. They care for the actor, and the actor is an ally, Israel. That's why this court is important, because this court does not see actors. It doesn't care about the identity of the actor, it only cares about the nature of the act. And in this case, it's 75 years of dispossession, 56 years of occupation. The UK and the US don't want you to know the legal opinion of this question, because what they care about is the cynical calculus of geopolitics.” 13 hours ago
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    Josep Borrell “Today, we are further tightening the restrictive measures against Russia's military and defence sector. We remain united in our determination to dent Russia's war machine and help Ukraine win its legitimate fight for self-defence.” 13 hours ago
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February, 2024

“We're going to do it while providing safe passage for the civilian population so they can leave. Those who say that under no circumstances should we enter Rafah, are basically saying 'lose the war, keep Hamas there'.”

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Prime Minister of Israel
10 Feb 2024 4 3
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“The southern part of Gaza is one of [Hamas's] command posts, as they call them. There are strategic tunnels, they go deep, like 60 metres or so, and the tactical tunnels, which are like 20, 43 metres. In order to control these tunnels they have to work very hard, to cut these command posts or destroy them so [Hamas] loses this command as a whole, but this would be a very very difficult fight, it would take months. Israel's plan is to begin by forcing Palestinians in the city, many of whom have been displaced multiple times since the beginning of the war, to leave Rafah and move towards the coast, before launching its attacks. This would be a disaster for the civilian population in Rafah.”

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Retired general of the Jordanian air force
10 Feb 2024 6 5
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“Taiwanese elections are a far more sensitive topic for Beijing than elections in other democracies as the democratic example being set by Taipei can be a more direct source of inspiration for people in mainland China. When you see that people from your own in-group have democracy and can elect their leaders, it can cause particular frustration with your own non-elected leaders. That makes Taiwanese elections a threat to the CPC [Communist Party of China].”

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Research Director for China, Hong Kong and Taiwan at Freedom House
10 Feb 2024 4 3
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“There is limited space and great risk in putting Rafah under further military escalation due to the growing number of Palestinians there. An escalation would have dire consequences.”

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Egyptian Foreign Minister
10 Feb 2024 2 4
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