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30 May 2024

“It would be politically dangerous for Biden and the Democratic Party if the war continued through the US election in November. It means that, if there is not something very dramatic the president does, then this is not going to be an easy election for him. Biden does not only risk losing the support of Arab voters. Young people, Black people, Asian people are following this on a daily basis, seeing a genocide unfolding. They're not insensitive to what they're seeing. They're horrified. And then the president says, 'No red line was crossed. Let's just continue doing what we're doing.' It is infuriating and hurtful.”

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President of the Arab American Institute (AAI), a Washington, DC-based think-tank
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